• August 17, 2022

Intelligent Information Logistics

Intelligent Information Logistics

Remote Work Has Exposed Inefficiencies: What Do You Do About Them?

At this point, likely every organization has realized that remote work requires new processes and strategies to accomplish the tasks teams were once doing in person. With these new processes in place, many are also starting to see the places where human interactions were papering over inefficiencies. For instance, approvals that could once be requested […]

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How to Keep Up with the EDI Renaissance

As global supply chain disruptions continue to threaten businesses across industries, enterprises are eager to streamline processes and increase productivity wherever possible. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) plays an essential role in meeting these goals and keeping goods moving from creation to delivery. Decades ago, EDI replaced paper processes with electronic communications for B2B collaboration. With […]

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Manage IMS performance spikes

“Why is it taking so much time?” is a common refrain among IMS administrators lately. The reason why things are taking longer is compounded because, while working from home, they don’t have access to what they were using before. Regardless, transaction volumes change for many reasons, including online sales, the need to access banking transactions […]

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Legendary Help: Powering global supply chains during a time of crisis

Global supply chains were one of the first industries impacted by the pandemic, and they continue to be one of the hardest hit industries. Non-essential manufacturing has slowed down as essential services become prioritized. International borders were also quickly closed as the virus spread, and even though shipping and receiving has been able to continue […]

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Live from IBM Insight2015: The big data behind a peanut butter and jelly sandwich

Imagine this–you walk into Costco, head over to the produce section, and grab a loaf of Kirkland Signature Split Top Bread. Then, you see some peanut butter and jelly and pick those up as well. You then make your way to the register, check out and leave. It’s a pretty simple process that millions of people […]

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Rocket at 25: how Rocket helps Japan’s automakers be globally competitive

We often say that Rocket Software has over 10 million users and over 15,000 customers but those are just numbers. What is really important is who those people are and what they do with our technology to help drive their businesses. While our users work in many industries there is a strong concentration in the […]