As materials move through the organization, there’s profitability in the information trail they leave behind.
Big data is part of the process as materials move through an organization, from the supply chain into inventory and then to manufacturing and assembly before finished goods are distributed through fulfillment. Listen to the full interviews with John Hayes, vice president of sales and marketing at Seegrid; John Maher, vice president of product strategy at Synchrono; Gene Billings, director of software products at Intelligrated; and Tim Meyer, TPS solutions and automation manager at Toyota Material Handling USA (TMHU).
How do you make sense of so much information from supply to demand?
John Hayes talks about Big Data, supply chain, and material handling.
Material handling and the Baby Boom generation
Gene Billings addresses the aging labor force and how automation can help.
Manage data in its continuous flow through your organization
John Maher talks about the thousands of pieces of information that comes from the supply chain and goes to customers.
Predict and manage materials by analyzing data
Tim Meyer discusses how Toyota uses information to make its supply, assembly, and delivery processes better.