Topic: Transportation & Logistics
New COVID Data: The Real Impact of Bad Business Processes on Employees
We’ve heard a lot about the impact of COVID-19 in the workplace – the transition to work-from-home, the emotional toll on employees worried about health and safety, and juggling remote learning for school-aged children. Once we settled into a new-normal routine, another challenge became apparent in the workplace – bad business processes.
Do You Need Process Intelligence for Successful Digital Transformation Outcomes?
While 80% of the companies surveyed by McKinsey consider digital transformation a top corporate priority, nearly 70% fail to meet expectations. ABBYY Process Intelligence is designed to help organizations discover and measure how current processes work, identify process bottlenecks, and surface areas for process optimization based on four foundational pillars.
Accelerating Digital Transformation in Logistics
To drive growth and profitability, shippers need to transform back-office functions in a manner that reduces manual processes and integrates processing through the entire supply chain with both carriers and trading partners, notes Bruce Orcutt, SVP of Product Marketing at ABBYY in a recent feature in Inbound Logistics.
7 Ways Process Intelligence Enhances the Supply Chain
As supply chains become more global and complex, processes are becoming increasingly challenging to monitor and optimize. Identifying the root cause of inefficiencies can prove difficult without having a comprehensive view of operational workflows.
The Business of Artificial Intelligence
For centuries, people have been dreaming of a machine that could be a kind of reliable helper. With technological change on an astonishing scale in the 21st century, this age-long human dream is finally coming true. We are in the era of Artificial Intelligence (AI), which is fulfilling man's dream to hand over life's mundane tasks to the machines.
Towards intelligent intermodal transportation services
ABBYY recently had a great opportunity to connect with the beneficial cargo owners (BCOs) at this year's Intermodal Association of North America (IANA) Expo in Long Beach, California. IANA is North America’s leading industry trade association representing the combined interests of the intermodal freight industry. Their key objective is to promote the growth of efficient intermodal freight transportation through education, dialogue and innovation.
Initiating smart transportation
As digital experiences and trends go mainstream, transportation and logistics companies will need to invest or deepen their investment in relevant technology areas. However, many 3PL vendors continue to deal with manual data entry while everything else in their lives has gone digital.
6 information management trends redefining transportation and logistics
While we usually think of challenges in the transportation and logistics industry as being the physical mechanics of transporting an item from point A to point B, the new reality is that information management – and how quickly data can be put into action – offers the biggest challenges.