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Collaborative Logistics Technology: Filling the Competency Gap
It’s not just operating talent and facilities that win business for logistics service providers. Every community of clients, customers, suppliers, and carriers

definition logistics  Multimodal Logistics Services , Definition of Logistics Technology , Internet-based Logistics , Logistics Systems Managing . Overcoming the diverse technical competencies between participants in a supply chain community is an absolute requirement of leading service providers. Hosted execution and visibility applications, coupled with outsourced technical expertise can provide new, competitive advantages for companies who aspire to providing greater levels of service. Introduction When opportunity knocks,

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G-Log, a leader in collaborative logistics, and SCT, a leader in enterprise applications for the process industries, have joined forces to bring together their products and expertise for the process enterprise.

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Reverse logistics management for service requires specialized software that accounts for many transactions and processes unique to installed base support. By implementing a configurable solution that automates the end-to-end reverse logistics cycle, service organizations can increase productivity, improve the customer experience, and significantly reduce costs. Find out more.

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Driving New Efficiencies in the Indirect Supply Chain: Procurement and Logistics Strategies for Maintenance, Repair, and Operations Supplies


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