Like our two previous infographics (we’ve reposted those below this article & if you click each one it will go to the respective article), this article continues to examine the American manufacturing industry. This article will focus on the proliferation of manufacturing data available in the industry, and how this data can improve business decisions.
Historically, new technologies have been slow to come to, and be adopted by, the transportation industry. However, several innovative companies are challenging this norm. From software solutions to new vehicle concepts, awesome ideas are making the transportation industry more efficient, safer, and profitable.
At Spendrix, we’re big fans of these advancements in transportation technology.
Editor’s Note: This is the final blog post in the 3 part series of how to better spot supplier and carrier risk by Ben Goldwasser, Business Development at Spendrix, a a company who helps shippers determine which carriers operate best in certain regions, and conditions, allowing you to be more thorough.
Editor’s Note: We continue our collaborative blog series with Ben Goldwasser of Spendrix, a company who helps shippers determine which carriers operate best in certain regions, and conditions, allowing you to be more thorough. This post is the second in a series of “How to Spot Supplier Risk.
Editor’s Note: This post is a continuation of an ongoing collaborative blog series with Spendrix, a company who was made for procurement teams of all sizes and we currently serve customers in Manufacturing, Oil & Gas, Construction, Logistics, and the Food & Beverage industries. Spendrix is the easiest way for shippers to evaluate carriers on quality and risk factors.
A growing trend across all industries has been the application of big data, with the use of algorithms and the hiring of data scientists becoming commonplace. As businesses collect and store an ever increasing amount of data, the algorithms required to make sense of this data will become even more valuable.