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Today's powerful tools for automation enable organizations to adapt and reallocate their most important resource — humans — to more strategic, revenue-generating projects.
In Asia Pacific, Independent software vendors are responsible for a majority of software applications built on 3rd-party platforms, and the biggest catalysts for growth in regional cloud adoption.
California supply-chain company Hingeto was acquired by DiCentral, a Houston-headquartered provider of business-to-business integration-management services for an undisclosed amount.
As a result of the pandemic, many businesses have been reconsidering how to retool their supply chain to build in more resiliency.
Disruptions in the modern supply chain are simply inevitable and require a different approach in data management and predictability.
Shopping hysteria in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic is crippling Amazon's ability to fill online orders and meet timely delivery promises.
The supply chain is a very critical part of business, a strategic tool to drive new high-level revenue opportunities. But in today’s environment, it’s even more critical to the growth of the company.
From establishing secondary suppliers to setting up alternative routes, here’s a look at how Plan B strategies can keep you up and running even during extreme weather events.
Partnering with experts supports growth in an increasingly competitive, but opportunity-ripe retail landscape.
Important benefits to be obtained once an inbound invoice has been digitized
U.S. federal government departments will start paying e-invoices to businesses.
Direct-to-consumer commerce, or D2C, is on the rise.
A study from DiCentral found 87 percent experienced increased revenue and 84 percent improved customer service after adopting drop shipping.
Steve Scala writes in a guest column for InnovationMap that dropshipping is only going to gain traction in the industry.
A study found that approximately 88 percent of retailers see dropship as inevitable to long-term success.
As retailers look to ramp up omnichannel capabilities, dropshipping is poised to be cemented as a valuable tool for the foreseeable future of retail.
Retailers and suppliers both believe they’re benefiting from the practice of drop shipping online orders, according to a study from Lehigh University.
DiCentral recently partnered with Lehigh University to conduct a study of modern consumer buying behaviors – and how global retailers and manufacturers are adapting to these behaviors.
High degree of electronic collaboration is benefiting retailers and manufacturers but 46% of retailers are reluctant or unable to share e-commerce sales forecasts with manufacturers.