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The Power of Digital Supply Chain Management (IT Toolbox Blogs)

Posted on: 2017-04-28

A positive customer experience depends primarily on getting the goods or services a customer wants delivered to them in a timely manner. In many cases that requires a supply chain that can incorporate every aspect of the process, as the goods move from suppliers and manufacturers to transporters and retailers, and finally into the hands of the buyers.   To facilitate this integration, a growing number of companies have adopted a supply chain management (SCM) solution, and, as more venues move toward the digital transformation of their business processes, supply chain operations are also going digital. A…

The Power of Digital Supply Chain Management (IT Toolbox Blogs)

Posted on: 2017-04-28

A positive customer experience depends primarily on getting the goods or services a customer wants delivered to them in a timely manner. In many cases that requires a supply chain that can incorporate every aspect of the process, as the goods move from suppliers and manufacturers to transporters and retailers, and finally into the hands of the buyers.   To facilitate this integration, a growing number of companies have adopted a supply chain management (SCM) solution, and, as more venues move toward the digital transformation of their business processes, supply chain operations are also going digital. A…

Engaging Customers Across the Multiverse (IT Toolbox Blogs)

Posted on: 2017-03-03

In October Oracle introduced a series of new data management platform innovations within the Oracle Marketing Cloud. These enhancements were designed to support sales strategies by delivering consistent and relevant experiences to customers across devices, channels, and media environments. To help marketers manage these multiple environments, Oracle released a new version of the Audience Builder user interface.   Since consumers today employ an array of connected devices to shop online, retail venues need to connect with this audience wherever there is a possible sales point. Marketers have to get out in front of these opportunities by using…

High-tech bacon making using industrial IoT at SugarCreek (TechRepublic)

Posted on: 2017-03-02

Details of SugarCreek's IoT project were presented at a conference in San Diego. Image: Teena Maddox/TechRepublic Food manufacturer SugarCreek embarked on an 18-month project to design and implement a converged network infrastructure optimized for IoT. The project was focused on the company's 420,000-square-foot facility in Cambridge City, Indiana, which opened in September 2015 and replaced a 70,000-square-foot building.SugarCreek started as a raw bacon company in 1966 and expanded into cooked bacon, bacon bits, and more. They make products for top brand names such as Kraft, Hormel, and Butterball, according to Ed Rodden, CIO of SugarCreek, speaking at The Industry Of…

High-tech bacon making using industrial IoT at SugarCreek (TechRepublic)

Posted on: 2017-03-02

Details of SugarCreek's IoT project were presented at a conference in San Diego. Image: Teena Maddox/TechRepublic Food manufacturer SugarCreek embarked on an 18-month project to design and implement a converged network infrastructure optimized for IoT. The project was focused on the company's 420,000-square-foot facility in Cambridge City, Indiana, which opened in September 2015 and replaced a 70,000-square-foot building.SugarCreek started as a raw bacon company in 1966 and expanded into cooked bacon, bacon bits, and more. They make products for top brand names such as Kraft, Hormel, and Butterball, according to Ed Rodden, CIO of SugarCreek, speaking at The Industry Of…

High-tech bacon making using industrial IoT at SugarCreek (TechRepublic)

Posted on: 2017-03-02

Details of SugarCreek's IoT project were presented at a conference in San Diego. Image: Teena Maddox/TechRepublic Food manufacturer SugarCreek embarked on an 18-month project to design and implement a converged network infrastructure optimized for IoT. The project was focused on the company's 420,000-square-foot facility in Cambridge City, Indiana, which opened in September 2015 and replaced a 70,000-square-foot building.SugarCreek started as a raw bacon company in 1966 and expanded into cooked bacon, bacon bits, and more. They make products for top brand names such as Kraft, Hormel, and Butterball, according to Ed Rodden, CIO of SugarCreek, speaking at The Industry Of…

High-tech bacon making using industrial IoT at SugarCreek (TechRepublic)

Posted on: 2017-03-02

Details of SugarCreek's IoT project were presented at a conference in San Diego. Image: Teena Maddox/TechRepublic Food manufacturer SugarCreek embarked on an 18-month project to design and implement a converged network infrastructure optimized for IoT. The project was focused on the company's 420,000-square-foot facility in Cambridge City, Indiana, which opened in September 2015 and replaced a 70,000-square-foot building.SugarCreek started as a raw bacon company in 1966 and expanded into cooked bacon, bacon bits, and more. They make products for top brand names such as Kraft, Hormel, and Butterball, according to Ed Rodden, CIO of SugarCreek, speaking at The Industry Of…

High-tech bacon making using industrial IoT at SugarCreek

Posted on: 2017-03-02

Details of SugarCreek's IoT project were presented at a conference in San Diego. Image: Teena Maddox/TechRepublic Food manufacturer SugarCreek embarked on an 18-month project to design and implement a converged network infrastructure optimized for IoT. The project was focused on the company's 420,000-square-foot facility in Cambridge City, Indiana, which opened in September 2015 and replaced a 70,000-square-foot building.SugarCreek started as a raw bacon company in 1966 and expanded into cooked bacon, bacon bits, and more. They make products for top brand names such as Kraft, Hormel, and Butterball, according to Ed Rodden, CIO of SugarCreek, speaking at The Industry Of…

High-tech bacon making using industrial IoT at SugarCreek

Posted on: 2017-03-02

Details of SugarCreek's IoT project were presented at a conference in San Diego. Image: Teena Maddox/TechRepublic Food manufacturer SugarCreek embarked on an 18-month project to design and implement a converged network infrastructure optimized for IoT. The project was focused on the company's 420,000-square-foot facility in Cambridge City, Indiana, which opened in September 2015 and replaced a 70,000-square-foot building.SugarCreek started as a raw bacon company in 1966 and expanded into cooked bacon, bacon bits, and more. They make products for top brand names such as Kraft, Hormel, and Butterball, according to Ed Rodden, CIO of SugarCreek, speaking at The Industry Of…

Grrcon 2016 – Becoming a Cyborg: The First Step Into Implantable Technology

Posted on: 2017-02-21

This talk will look at the different types of implantable technology and the use cases for them. We will explore some of the reasons why people have implants put in and what the future holds for this emerging area. I will also go over the lessons I have learned from having an RFID chip implanted in my hand and why I plan to have more chips implanted. For More Information Please Visit: http://grrcon.com/ http://www.irongeek.com/i.php?page=videos/grrcon2016/mainlist Source: SecurityTube.Net @ February 21, 2017 at 12:07AM