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Electronic Data Interchange: The Gift That Keeps on Giving

Although electronic data interchange (EDI) has been around since the early 1970s, many businesses are taking a fresh look at how this powerful commerce platform can affect their cash conversion cycle. A strong EDI strategy can increase efficiency and reduce errors, streamlining trading partner onboarding and transactions. In this post we’ll review expectations for the future of this technology as well as how it’s changing.

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Posts, Retail Order Management

E-Commerce and Physical Stores: How Do They Stack Up?

Can one retail channel truly exist without the other in today’s omnichannel world? With traditional e-commerce giants like Amazon making the move to open brick-and-mortar locations, the trend towards an omnichannel retail experience is undeniable. Both digital and physical stores continue to play important, if not always equal, roles in the shopping journey of modern…

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Healthcare, Posts, Supply Chain

3 Myths about Point-of-Use Inventory Management Systems

Health systems looking to control costs while strengthening patient care often struggle to bring lasting change to hospital supply chains with complex requirements.

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Posts, Retail Order Management

Omnichannel Order Management: What Exactly is it?

Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in July 2016 and has been updated for freshness, accuracy, and comprehensiveness. Omnichannel Order Management – what is it in the context of ‘The Age of the Customer’? Even though we are in ‘The Age of the Customer’ we still see and hear of retailers not providing the…

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Analytics, Business Intelligence, Healthcare, Posts

Perioperative Analytics: Exploratory Data Analysis in the OR (Part 1 of 4)

The vast swathes of data being collected in modern health systems suggest that perioperative analytics (or OR analytics) are at the ready. The truth is that extracting meaningful information from all those data points takes some coordination and a little exploration. Let's take a look at the exploratory data analysis that underscores analytics, and the different 'flavors' of perioperative analytics, from descriptive and diagnostic to predictive and prescriptive.

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Posts, Supply Chain

2018 MHI Annual conference ‘Last Mile’ panel session review

On October 16 2018 I had the good fortune to represent Tecsys on a panel session “Smart cities and the last 50 feet” at the 2018 MHI annual conference. The panel was an hour of discussion around the topic of changes in last mile logistics technologies and how they will impact industry over the coming five years and I have to say it was a lot of fun and really educational.

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