How the Internet of Things (IoT) is Changing the Future of the Supply Chain

The Internet of Things is one of the reasons why supply chain businesses have the credibility to expand and utilize operations that can be suitable for active customer service and company’s production. From sensors that can provide detailed visibility of items in transit, to cloud platforms that can be deployed to optimize fleet management and load dispatching, several IoT technologies are already being leveraged by many logistics operators not only to ensure efficient operations but to gain an edge on their competitors and build their brand.
According to a recent report from Gartner, he predicts that by 2020, more than 50% of significant business processes will incorporate some form of the Internet of Things. This brings a great deal of the supply chain businesses, for example, in the inventory and warehouse management, IoT sensors can provide more accurate inventories than inventory humans can deliver. In fact, some of the essential companies online like Amazon is using Wi-Fi robots to scan product codes on its products and to track and monitor their inventory levels in real-time. The effect of using Not to your business can make a huge difference and could give new opportunities to people that are engaged in modern technology. To learn more about how IoT is changing the future of the supply chain, please check the infographic below created by Alba and create new opportunities for using the Internet of Things in your business processes.
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Infographic source: http://www.albalogistics.com/2018/02/08/internet-things-iot-changing-future-supply-chain-infographic/

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