GT Nexus in the News

Hapag-Lloyd Wins 2016 Ocean Performance Award

Hapag-Lloyd has a container fleet of 1.6 million TEU and performed exceptionally well this year after winning the award in 2010 and 2012 based on the data benchmarks shared amongst the community.

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Revitalising transport management

So far, the industry hasn’t actually seen much advancement in transport optimization algorithms. But there is hope for the future. And it’s the cloud that may deliver an efficient and up-to-date optimization solution.

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GT Nexus Inforum Update

At the 2016 Inforum conference in July, Infor outlined its plans to build out the recently acquired GT Nexus solution, extending the functionality and usability of its control tower solution beyond logistics monitoring.

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Supply Chain Execs Shift Focus From Sustenance to Survival

Connectivity to your entire network is no longer an option; it's a necessity. Supply chain executives need to deploy more flexible and agile supply chain management solutions that encompass ERP.

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A New Supply Chain Solution Is Prominently Featured At Infor's Inforum 2016 Conference

Now the Infor Commerce Cloud can provide the “truth” of what transactions and shipments have occurred, when they have occurred, and whether they have proceeded as they were supposed to.

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What's Behind the Inventory Crisis of 2016?

What does it mean that inventory levels are this high in 2016? One major culprit is the way consumers shop. Their expectations have changed.

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GT Nexus: customer-centric supply chains

The creation of a ‘consumer democracy’ has pushed businesses, particularly manufacturers to become more customer centric, responding to fluctuating customer demands and adjusting processes accordingly.

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Profitability: A Function of Supply Chain Network Performance

Profitability is now a function of the performance and effectiveness of every link in the supply chain or every partner in the network.

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Brexit: businesses should draw up contingency plans

Britain’s decision to leave the European Union has heralded warnings of the potential impact on the supply of labour, shipping costs and supply chains.

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