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February 4, 2013 | Volume 8 Issue 3

ISSUE HIGHLIGHTS

TOP STORY: In the Wheelhouse: Blackberry Is Back Looking for a Title Shot
FEATURED ARTICLE: Technology Focus: Distribution, Warehousing, and Trucking Apps
NEWS HIGHLIGHT: IBM Honored Among Most Trusted Companies for Privacy According to Consumer Survey
WHITE PAPER: 3 Essential Steps to Successful Performance Management
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Feature Article - Analysis
 
In the Wheelhouse: Blackberry Is Back Looking for a Title Shot

IBM announces IBM Connections 4.5, and BlackBerry gets into the ring to reclaim enterprise mobile market share.

steve pitcherWritten by Steve Pitcher

 Last week I left for Orlando, far away from the -33C temperatures of Eastern Canada, to attend the premier social collaboration conference of 2013: IBM Connect. While "social" and "cloud" were the dominant themes of Lotusphere 2012, "exceptional experience" is the prevalent theme of 2013. IBM is driving fully integrated solutions designed to provide an exceptional experience to your company's customers, partners, users, and everyone in between.


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Feature Article - Application Software
 
Technology Focus: Distribution, Warehousing, and Trucking Apps

Depending on whom you ask, distribution, warehousing, and trucking applications may or may not also be considered "supply chain" apps.

john gristWritten by John Ghrist

One of the many technological issues that seems to be in flux today is the question of whether or not software product types such as distribution, warehousing, and trucking (D/W/T) apps are included when we speak of "supply chain applications."

 

Traditionally, supply chain apps have been considered more pertinent to the process of moving raw materials to some facility where they are processed, either into finished goods or goods that are later made part of some other finished product. The classical view is that then distribution, warehousing, and trucking apps are concerned with the movement of these finished goods to retail outlets. This, of course, is regardless of the fact that to the average retailer or consumer, the entire process is part of a supply chain from their point of view.


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