While still a minority, the number of female professional truck drivers is rising rapidly.
On April 10th, Fog Software Group, parent company of Cadre Technologies, wrapped up its biennial User Group for customers and partners, which was hosted just outside of the city of Chicago in Schaumburg, IL. The event brought together several software companies and their customers, providing training sessions and partner opportunities, and providing fun networking opportunities fueled by beverages, delicious food options, and most importantly, all the activities at Punchbowl Social, including bowling, games, and karaoke!
In just a few weeks, Fog Software Group will be hosting its biennial User Group for its companies and their customers.
As the parent company of Cadre Technologies, Cadre customers are invited to attend this User Group event packed with fun activities, networking opportunities and invaluable software trainings and seminars that will benefit users of the various software companies under Fog Software Group‘s portfolio.
For any distribution or 3PL company, the holiday season takes preparation to make sure packages get out the door as quickly as they came in and that quality is not sacrificed for speed.
Online retailing is sucking up the majority of available warehouse space in the U.S., forcing operators to look for locations in the nation’s hottest markets: New York City, San Francisco, Miami, Chicago, and Los Angeles.
Despite the advantages of warehouse management system software, some warehouses have taken far too long to adopt the technology.
Just as it has in the healthcare, transportation, and financial service sectors, blockchain technology is positioned to be a disruptive force in supply chain industry over the coming years.
A recent report finds that the majority of WMS buyers are looking for systems that can make them current with the latest technology and that most of them are using bar code scanning technology in all their locations.
According to a newly released report by the Material Handling Institute (MHI) and Deloitte, hackers are the greatest threat to cybersecurity in the supply chain, followed by a lack of awareness inside companies, why threats even exist.