Employee turnover at ad agencies may be a fact of life, but it begs one question, why does it happen and what does it really mean?
Modern supply chain management invariably means dealing with multiple vendors, contract manufacturers and partners across multiple time zones and geographies. This often results in many of your assets ageing in-transit from one location / geography. Being able to track these is critical to maintaining your service level commitments. Consolidating your inbound shipments into common records that represent the containers they were packed into offers a number of benefits for NetSuite users and is the focus of the new Inbound Shipment Management feature that was unveiled in the 17.2 release. Inbound Shipment Management includes many enhancements that have been requested by our manufacturing, distribution and retail customers including:
Modern manufacturers come in all shapes and sizes. In fact, many of them don’t physically manufacture anything themselves at all, choosing rather to focus on designing an awesome product and leaving the dirty work up to someone else. But regardless of who does the manufacturing, and where it is done, having the ability to create and communicate an accurate and flexible bill of materials (BOM) is an important foundational element of the product lifecycle.
Mobile point-of-sale (mPOS) adoption is growing at unprecedented rates. According to a report by Transparency Market Research, the mPOS market is expected to reach over $38 billion by 2024*.
Luis Alonso-Rincon, President at Teknik Trading Inc., attended a presentation about cloud-based software in 2005 and liked what he heard. The next day he had signed on as a customer.