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The Warehouse That Works (for you); Part IV

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Plan for Success – Automated Warehouse Solutions Delivers Results and ROI The last part in this four part series discusses how automation delivers results and ROI. Click here to read Part I, Part II, and Part III here. The Case for a Technology Partner While automating your warehouse step-by-(baby)step is simple and easy, it also… Read More

5 Ways Smart Technology is Improving Healthcare

5 Ways Smart Technology is Improving Healthcare

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  The advancement of Internet of Things (IoT) and smart medical technology is continuing to break barriers and enhance patient healthcare. Here are five examples of the ways smart technology is improving healthcare, currently in use today:   Decreased wait times at the emergency room We’ve all experienced, or at least heard someone else’s experience,… Read More

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The Warehouse the Works (for you); Part III

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Receiving – Simple solutions to increase accuracy and productivity   You can read Part I and Part II off this series here. Automating your warehouse receiving functions helps you catch shortages, discrepancies and goods damaged-on-delivery in real time. You head off downstream problems before they start. Eliminating pen and paper and electronically capturing data in… Read More

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3 Ways You Can Better Protect Your Facebook Data, Part 2

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  Last week, we introduced the hot topic of Facebook privacy and discussed some simple ways that you can adjust your privacy settings to protect your privacy. You can read Part I here. Today, we will continue this discussion, beginning with Facebook Ads. You have more control than you might think! Tactic 3: Adjust your… Read More

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3 Ways You Can Better Protect Your Facebook Data, Part 1

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  In lieu of the Facebook and Cambridge Analytica ordeal, Facebook users have been more concerned about their privacy and who is able to view their data. To recap, Cambridge Analytica gained access to the private data of millions of Facebook users. The firm then created tools which identified voter personalities in order to potentially… Read More

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The Warehouse That Works (for you); Part II

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Up your Game: Easy, Manageable Steps to get More out of your Warehouse Operation   Simple process improvements through automation deliver results As promised in Part I, automating receiving is a smart, effective and easy way to begin automating your warehouse. Benefits of automation accrue across the entire warehouse and operation. Automation = Accurate Receive,… Read More

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The Warehouse That Works (for you)

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Up your Game: Easy, Manageable Steps to get More out of your Warehouse Operation   We all know that automating warehouse operations will deliver numerous benefits: Increased efficiency, lowering costs, raising margins and reducing errors. But, most small to medium sized businesses can’t afford a total make-over of the entire warehouse operation. Not just in… Read More

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Facial Recognition Technology

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Every time Apple CEO Tim Cook takes the stage to announce a newest innovation from Apple, it almost feels like the entire world stops to listen. His most recent announcement of the next wave of iPhones created the type of ripple that has come to be expected — but the most discussed feature was one… Read More

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Millennial Hires in the Workplace

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  According to the most recent U.S. Census, Millennials now outnumber Baby Boomers 83.1 million to 75.4 million. In 2015, the burgeoning masses of Millennials made up 34% of the workforce and estimates show that number will rise to 46% by 2020. With the majority of Millennials now entering their mid-20s and preparing to enter… Read More

Use Mobile Devices to Improve the Retail Customer Experience

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(A 2 minute read…) Everyone makes mistakes. But in the retail industry, you might not have the opportunity to fix it. A 2015 LoyaltyOne study of “dysfunctional retail touchpoints” uncovered that 81% of unhappy shoppers do not complain to the store management about the experience. They leave quietly and share their complaint with everyone else—friends,… Read More