Kewill MOVE on the Move – And Why It’s Good for Customers

Kewill Cloud products and services transitioning to Amazon Web Services platform Kewill announced last week that we are working with Amazon to offer Kewill Cloud products and services on the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud platform. What does this mean for Kewill MOVE customers? Basically a better all-around experience on the back-end, including: Faster deployments…

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“Cloud-y” with a Certainty of Meatballs?

How the Cloud Gets Perishable Foods Shipped Faster and More Accurately Than Ever Ever have this problem: You leave the grocery store with a couple of quarts of ice cream and quickly realize it’s so hot out that you’ll need to break every imaginable traffic law and keep the AC blasting the whole way home…

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Reaching End-to-End Supply Chain Visibility- Part One: In the Cloud

This is part one of a two-part series on end-to-end supply chain visibility Complexity in supply chains is a given in today’s global environment. End-to-end visibility is a “must have” not a “nice to have” in order for organizations to effectively communicate, proactively solve problems and provide the level of service expected from both partner…

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How Cloud-Based Technologies Transform Supply Chain Execution

Many supply chain players are still not operating on inter-connected systems, or using a common end-to-end process to connect all of their partners. While it is not unusual for the TMS and WMS to not be fully integrated, this limits the opportunities to achieve excellent order fulfillment and it could also negatively impact the bottom…

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How to Build a Business Case for Cloud-based Supply Chain Execution

In the past, investing in a supply chain execution (SCE) system meant a commitment to an enterprise installation, extensive integration and ongoing IT maintenance. While on-premises deployments of a supply chain execution system may still make sense for a large company with an established IT infrastructure, today’s Cloud and software-as-a-service (SaaS) based systems deliver a…

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How Supply Chain Integration Will Boost Efficiency in 2015

In 2015, supply chains will need to be more integrated, connected and converged than ever. With outsourcing on the rise and more companies cropping up in emerging markets, supply chain networks are more dispersed – meaning integration is key to keeping track of goods. Plus, consumers at the end of the line have higher expectations…

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Faster, Cheaper, More Flexible. Benefits of Cloud Extend Supply Chain Wide

Much has been spoken on the benefits of greater collaboration between links in the supply chain, but a significant amount of processing is still done manually, reducing visibility and increasing errors. Everyone knows that automated processing is better – more accurate and ultimately lower in cost – so what stops the global supply chain from making…

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