Retailers appreciate velocity the most to satisfy the customers and gain more revenue. Companies can provide speedy delivery if they know where the inventory is in the yard. Customized or out-of-the-box yard management systems grant outstanding visibility in checking the inventory and storage.
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May 04, 2022
Software Engineering Certifications: Are They Worth It And Which One To Choose?
Whatever our career path is, we all want to be good at what we do. Many of us want to be regocnized, objectively excellent and outshine others in the market. Throughout our corporate history, Innovecsers have earned various certifications, shared their achievements on LinkedIn, and received warm congrats. Each of them had their motivation, certification choice, and professional plans. In this article, we will cite the experience of Innovecsers — why they chose a particular certification and how exactly the successful completion boosts career progression. But first, let’s discuss the criteria and factors that are crucial in choosing the certification.
#Article #Cloud #QA & Testing #Software Development
April 28, 2022
Three questions to the CEO: Interview with Alex Lutskiy
Alex Lutskiy is the Founder and CEO of Innovecs, a global software development company. Under his management within 10 years, Innovecs has developed from a small office and a team of three people into an award-winning digital transformation tech company with over 800 software engineers. Within Innovecs, Alex has launched InnoCamp, an educational initiative for tech specialists, and InnoHub, a multimedia venue for educational events in the business and tech spheres. With over 15 years of experience working throughout the Americas and Europe, Alex brings strong technical and business qualifications with an impressive track record of hands-on experience in strategic planning, business unit development, project and product management, and system engineering strategies. Being open as always, Alex kindly accepted our invitation for a brief three-question talk. Our interests were mainly centered on leadership: preferred approaches in business management as well as insights on unparalleled client experience. — What is your definition of transparency leadership? How do you implement it in daily practice? — The word ‘transparency’ is pretty much self-explanatory. For me, transparency means openness, honesty, and easy communication. We all have people in our lives who perfectly reflect this concept. Ask yourself a question: how exactly do you feel while being around ‘your’ people? You feel safe and free. And it is not about physical safety as if something is life-threatening. We feel safe while being ourselves, speaking our minds, and being truthful and direct. Therefore, transparency is about mutual respect and freedom. I believe it is a certain lifestyle. Now let’s project transparency onto business management and entire corporate life. Over the years of growing our teams and expertise, Innovecs has always stuck to the people-first philosophy. We don’t just hire an employee — we welcome on board a talented and unique personality. The performance of each teammate depends on the extent of inner freedom and happiness we as a company can provide. Any culture of transparency and trust starts with the company’s leader who sets the tone. At this point, your employees expect from you consistency in practicing what you preach. A leader’s transparency demands systematic accountability. Whether it’s financial presentation, our quarterly Q&A session, weekly call, or honest talk one-to-one during a coffee break — people need this stability and presence. A real presence when you genuinely care, but not just as a formality. On the other hand, every team member is not only welcome to provide their own feedback on numerous aspects of corporate life but it’s also guaranteed their voice is heard and taken into consideration. Thus, transparency leadership is an ongoing mindful dialogue and drives mutual value for both company and its people. — In your opinion, how important is it to create added value for your clients through digital solutions and help them transform — Creating an added value is not just important — it is what we are here for. The world is evolving at a breakneck pace, and various external circumstances or disruptions sometimes channel this evolution into unexpected directions. What is a business to do? It is essential to be flexible and viable whatever the challenge is. Whether we are talking about healthtech, fintech, logistics, or retail — organizations of all kinds require digital solutions they can rely on. Digital transformation is for some a huge milestone that is quite intimidating. In order to drive this value, we as a services provider need to approach this partnership comprehensively. We as a company always start by building bonds of trust with our clients. Whatever the development stage is, we accompany them, guide them and think it is our duty to anticipate their questions and concerns. Innovecs is constantly raising its standards in terms of providing the best services possible — every Innovecser has access to various courses, workshops, lectures, and certifications. This is why we have a number of loyal clients that enjoy their experience and come for more. That loyalty reflects a crucial thing for us — we are valuable to them. — At the moment you are engaged in communication with clients and therefore watch over the service quality and sales process. Does it mean you as a leader have to be deeply involved in all aspects of business? — Business success is deeply rooted in everyone’s engagement in the working process, shouldn’t I be the first in that line? In order for a company to cut through the noise and own a niche, the first thing for its leader to do is to be genuinely interested in the business. In other words, you have to love what you do, there is simply no other way. I started my path as a software engineer way back in the 1990s, then grew into a manager striving for seniority. Years went by, and I developed into an entrepreneur, an advisor, and a leader of a vibrant and strong community. Today, I am deeply involved in sales, or to be more precise — I represent us and see with my own eyes client’s feedback on us. Which is much more insightful than learning it from reports. It is the only true reflection of my efforts as a captain of my crew. Over about 30 years of my life, I changed roles and gained experience from various points. I obtained information first-hand. Therefore, there is a clear idea of how things should go, and what the real state of affairs is. It is a perfect chance to see whether there is a gap between our values, principles, and execution and whether we live in line with our principles. It is vital that a leader has the will, ability, and knowledge to walk in the shoes of the company’s employees. Leadership is not about building a framework and then letting it go. It is about 24/7 involvement and knowing business inside out.
April 28, 2022
Insights about InnoClub, the well-being of Innovecsers, and the mutual influence between hobbies and success at work
Choose a lifestyle, not a job. The company’s corporate culture encourages a balanced life and helps to develop beyond the mere profession. That is why the InnoClub community was created and is successfully operating, gradually expanding and uniting 12 communities of interest. Their participants, leaders, and coordinator of the platform are active people, who are passionate about their favorite cause, really care, and are ready to drive others. More detail about InnоClub, features of each community, and the importance of keeping the “balance wheel” in life in an interview with Olha Havlytska, Community Relations Coordinator at InnoClub by Innovecs. — Olya, you work for the company as a Community Relations Coordinator. I know that for you it is not only a job but also a lifestyle. Tell us more about your role: what are your responsibilities and how does it all intertwine with your hobby? — I have been running for about 4 years now. And it’s not just a tick in my calendar. This is my lifestyle, the same daily need as brushing my teeth in the morning. Running helps me not only to keep fit and feel good but also to achieve my goals. You set yourself the goal of running a half marathon, and a neural connection is formed in your subconscious that you will achieve goals not only in sports but also in work, for instance, complete the project, a difficult task, bring the case to an end. That is, sport affects not only your well-being but also your progress at work. One day my friend Anastasiia Chaikovska (Innovecs Internal Communication Specialist and running community leader) invited me for a run with the company. I joined several times. And later they opened my dream position — Community Relations Coordinator — and I was offered to join not only jogging :). I like to communicate with people, encourage them, and help them develop. This has always been interesting for me, and I decided to give it a try. From day one, I immersed myself in the world of communities to navigate the needs and characteristics of everyone and understand how to organize their work best to keep people interested. My task is to help and support community leaders in holding meetings, training, meet-ups, and organizing challenges and activities. I work on InnoClub’s growth strategy, order branded merch, solve infrastructure issues, and help build community members. Every once in a while I come up with ideas about challenges and competitions. — In the IT industry, a lot is said about the well-being of employees, which largely depends on the corporate culture of the company. In your opinion, what do we mean by saying that a company cares about well-being? — As long as everything is fine with the well-being corporate framework, employees will never complain of emotional burnout. It is easy to fall into this state if life becomes a routine — sleep, a trip to work, and a way back home. So even the work that you once enjoyed, ceases to please because it doesn’t make sense anymore. The burnout process looks as follows: first, we literally get high from our favorite work and do our best, and then there comes a moment when we want to work overtime and go beyond ourselves. However, this condition is a precursor of future burnout. To avoid it, you need to spice up your life and not just focus on work processes, but add a little hobby and communication. I agree that other than employees, employers themselves are responsible for well-being too. And it’s great when companies motivate their employees not only to improve their performance and grow professionally but also to develop personally. Everyone has something in life that inspires and refills resources whether it is dancing, running, reading books, drawing, traveling, etc. If corporate culture encourages you to combine work with activities that inspire you, your well-being should not be a matter of concern. Another sign of “norm” is balance in all spheres of life. One area cannot develop in the absence of another. Otherwise, you start to feel out of balance. It is crucial to understand your limits and keep yourself balanced — relax, do hobbies and communicate. I must point out that the corporate culture of Innovecs’ well-being is an important component that is reflected in actions, not words. — And how exactly does the company take care of well-being? Are there any unique offers? — In addition to HR projects and various activities, the company operates based on InnoClub — a large community that brings together more than 10 communities of interests and hobbies of employees. Some of them have up to 30 people, and others number from 70 to 100 participants such as the investment community. People meet, discuss favorite topics and get together for different hobbies. Every employee can join any community that inspires, get acquainted and train with other teams, develop not only professionally, but also improve in their hobbies. The number of communities is growing every year. Every Innovecser can become both a member and a leader of the community. Most often, the community is headed by the person who submitted the idea to create it or the most active participant. Currently, InnoClub has about 12 communities: running, fitness, chess, mindfulness, classical yoga and fly-yoga, football, table tennis, classical tennis, esports, active sports and extreme recreation, public speaking, and the investment community Inno2X. Of course, this list will expand. — And how did it all start? How did the idea to create InnoClub come about? Which community was the first and who initiated the development? — I joined the company when the launch of the InnoClub community was being prepared. Even before my arrival, there were already running, investment, tennis, and table tennis communities. The table tennis community was the first. This is quite a gamble, you get engaged really quickly. Until a few years ago, employees gathered at the company’s old office for lunch to play and relax. Once upon a time, one of the most proactive participants — Dmytro Kryvenko, Advanced Software Architect (Solution), invited Innovecsers to compete with teams from other IT companies. Unfortunately, winning was pretty far from us, but from the moment of that attempt, the participants wanted to pursue their hobby on a more serious level. Later, they hired a coach, exchanged knowledge, and after a while, they were able to play at a decent level not only with other IT companies but also to compete with professional athletes. Last year, our participants went to the local Table Tennis Championship. The running community started to develop particularly when Anastasiia Chaikovska, an Internal Communication Specialist at Innovecs, became the leader. She involved a trainer, encouraged participants to run, set goals, and shared their results. Everyone gathered for a morning ‘SunRiseRun with company’ jogs, did plogging in the nearest forest, and collected garbage. The investment community emerged with the arrival of Oleksandr Zhminko, Business Development Representative at Innovecs, who held meetings and lectures on effective investing and financial literacy. This is exactly what happens in every community. Active people inspire others with their enthusiasm, and a community is formed around them. — Today, there are about 12 communities of interest under the InnoClub umbrella. Tell us about the most active of them. What have you already implemented and what are your plans for the future? — Because all of the 12 communities are created at different times, each is at its own stage of development. Some are in the process of growth, others are in a particularly active phase. The most active communities often organize challenges, and competitions and participate in various external projects. For example, the running community organized a Running Challenge in the summer with the specific goal for participants to run 50 km/month. Also, everyone gathered together at SunRiseRun — morning jogs and breakfast together. They also organized plogging in the forest. As a special encouragement to run in the cold season the running community organized a challenge, increasing the distance to 60 km/month. Oleksandr Zagrebelnyi, our coach and part-time QA Manual, encouraged participants to perform exercises to strengthen the musculoskeletal system every week. Of course, people shared their successes on social media and discussed the benefits of such marathons. And the most diligent runners received prizes. Last year, we revived the fitness community, where you can train with both a personal trainer and a group. Strength, functional training, and stretching are available both offline and online. In the future, we plan to hold a wellness challenge on a healthy lifestyle because fitness is the ability to maintain balance in both training and functional nutrition. Many people join the yoga community, which operates in two formats — classical yoga and fly yoga, which not only strengthens the musculoskeletal system but also improves the digestive system. Classical yoga classes are held online. The leader of the community is our classical yoga trainer Kateryna Chaika, who works in the company as a Talent Sourcing Specialist. We invite an external trainer to fly yoga classes. Participants also take part in challenges to perform certain types of asanas and then share their achievements in chats and social networks. The mindfulness community is also gaining momentum. It is a place where employees can get available information on psychology, share experiences, gain skills of psychological care for themselves and others, and learn to prevent stress and burnout. The leader of the community is also our employee Diana Nahirna, who has a degree in psychology and works as a Technical Writer at Innovecs. At the weekly discussion meetings, participants discuss topics of self-realization and awareness, learning and self-development, romantic and family relationships, sports psychology, and life challenges in general. An 8-week meditation course was held in the winter, where participants learned to enjoy life here and now. Sports communities include table tennis and classic tennis units. Fans of classic tennis were divided into two groups: beginners and a more professional team. The leader of the community is Olga Prykhno, Chief Operational Officer at Innovecs. An external coach was involved to teach table tennis. Our participants have honed their skills so much that they win prizes in the championships. Classes usually take place in the morning. You play some tennis, and then during the day, you are determined to win. Last year, a football community was launched for football fans, led by Artem Voronin, Junior Designer (Motion), and coached by our former employee. Another sports community that competes with professional players is the Ice Hockey community, whose leaders are Alex Lutskiy, CEO of Innovecs, and Volodymyr Lutskiy, IT Procurement Manager. We also have an esports community for playing Counter-Strike under the leadership of Maxym Prykhno, a Technical Support Specialist in the company. Later we will talk more about the important projects they have implemented over the past six months. The community of active recreation and extreme sports unites people who are into travel, hiking, and extreme sports. In the fall we went to the mountains and rode motorcycles. There are many more interesting trips ahead, and that is a whole other story. The investment community is one of the first and largest in the Innovecs, where the meet-ups with representatives of investment funds and various consulting companies are held. Anyone interested in how to increase funds and invest effectively can join the community. In the future, we plan to host a large conference with the participation of market leaders. The chess community is currently being rebuilt. We plan to hold classes online, involve a coach, and host chess competitions and tournaments. Public Speaking community, where you can hone public speaking and presentation skills, as well as get rid of barriers to communication and public speaking. Among the leaders of the community are our colleagues Tetiana Rudenko and Danil Brovko. The idea is to meet in informal places for classes such as cafes or museums. The core of the community are people who like to participate in conferences and are active in the public sphere. We plan to invite a professional trainer speaking, who would also help participants in the development of a personal brand. — How do you encourage people to become community leaders? Do they agree easily? — Often active people do not expect encouragement. They are so passionate that they strive to share their passion for hobbies with teammates. So they find me, tell me about their initiative, share their knowledge, and we start a community. Leaders are those who are ready to drive others, motivate, and be pleased with the results of their colleagues. The company, of course, encourages, for its part, to provide the organizational infrastructure for the implementation of initiatives. As a community coordinator, I love that each of us can make an invaluable contribution to the development of teammates. — And how do you manage to keep the enthusiasm of the participants? Isn’t community activity declining? — We support the activity of each community, taking into account the development factors that are common to any community: the presence of a leader, interesting activity, regular meetings, commitment to community traditions (challenges, championships, sharing our jogging screens, photos after training, sharing impressions), joint chats, branded merch, and slogan. People become motivated when they see the results of their regular training. Oftentimes, some things seem impossible to us, but when we achieve them, we realize that we do not know the limits of our capabilities. The participants of the November 60 km challenge admitted that they could barely run even 2 km before that. But the training paid off. So when people see their progression, nothing can be more motivating to move forward. For our part, we support and create new traditions that push people to action. We encourage people to share their results on social networks, and corporate chats and we reward the most active participants. — Are the communities open only to employees of the company or also to external participants? — Most of our communities are open to all IT professionals, both from Innovecs and other IT companies. In addition, you can become not only a participant but also a coach. There are some restrictions to participation in the tennis and e-sports communities, as there is a certain membership limit. External IT specialists can also join the activities in the community. But to receive additional benefits and privileges, you need to join Innovecs. — Does remote work somehow affect community involvement? — For people who are passionate about their work and profession, it can be difficult to switch to another activity during the working day. Since most of our communities are remote-friendly, employees don’t have to go to the gym to train or to a chess club to play chess. You open the laptop, turn on Teams and play chess with your companion. Fancy some training? You quickly put on a sports uniform, join online training, then take a shower and continue working. Participating in the InnoClub community serves as a switch. We always keep a record of our meetings, and a teammate who is out of the office regularly or on this particular day can practice to a record at any time. The remote format allows you to be flexible and adapt to each employee. — The company has several offices and plans to open hubs in different countries. Is there the same level of access to the community for workers from these countries? — Wherever an employee is — in Australia, Poland, Romania, Colombia, or elsewhere — everyone has the same level of access. We provide this by adapting the language of instructions, communication channels, and time features to regional needs. Indeed, we plan to diversify communication channels that will attract people from other countries. That is, in the running community, in addition to Telegram, we will use other channels of communication, for example, the Strava application. Also, fitness classes are conducted in English and in local languages for our local communities at the offices. Even time zones are not an obstacle, as most can view the record. There will be no restrictions. In any country, people can join the meeting, communicate, and share their experiences. — And how can I apply to participate in the community? — Innovecsers can find all information about the community on our corporate portal Lifeboard — here you can register via the link, view missed workouts online, and learn about certain life hacks to perform complex exercises, such as yoga. IT professionals from other companies can apply to participate in the community on the InnoClub page. Also, information about each community with the ability to register will soon appear on the career website. — From observing different communities, do you think there is a relationship between hobbies and productivity that everyone is talking about? — Certain neural connections are constantly being formed in our brain. If we are accustomed to actively pursuing a hobby, our success there is also projected to our work. Life must be balanced and developed evenly in all spheres. Think of the “balance wheel”, which has a place for family, friends, work, health, self-development, and recreation. If the development of one area reaches 10 points and the other just 3 points, then this is an uneven distribution. Psychologists say that the more even each of the areas of the “balance wheel”, the happier a person is. To my mind, the company creates a work environment where employees feel happy and balanced. After all, in addition to professional development, they have the opportunity to evolve in other areas. By taking part in communities, you can communicate, make friends, take care of your health and grow personally. — InnoClub’s slogan goes like this: Choose a lifestyle, not a job. How would you briefly describe this style? — At Innovecs, you are not confined to a desk whatsoever. This is the place for your personal and professional development and being around an awesome team. There are many opportunities for personal and professional evolution. This is your lifestyle. In the morning you train in the tennis community and then proceed to work. In addition to lunch, you have a workout again, and in the evening when the work is done you play table tennis with teammates. This is your active lifestyle. You are interested, you enjoy the day, you want more, and your work goals are fulfilled in the same rhythm as you do your hobby. Easy and effortless. You don’t force yourself to work, you like it. The company promotes and encourages this. If you are really into running, do not give up this habit. At Innovecs you can find like-minded people, make friends and continue to grow career-wise. Some Innovecsers joke that we have a sports camp because there are always some events — training, challenges, competitions, and championships. No Innovecser does not take part in any community, and all this happens within the working environment. We encourage everyone to choose their community and enjoy life at Innovecs.
April 26, 2022
Logistics Management Software: Potential to Build a “Day 1” Company with High Profit
Companies in many fields of the industry apply logistics management software to boost performance, efficiency, and revenue. Carriers utilize it to get smoother collaboration with the drivers. Retailers are striving to get custom LMS products for better communication with the end-users. Logistics management software contributes to inventory consolidation, operations streamlining as well as making shipping management more perfect gaining satisfied customers, who will return again and again to get the same high service quality.
#Article #Logistics #Software Development
April 22, 2022
We help IT talents to upgrade their skillset and to identify the right career track
On May 21, 2019, the InnoCamp offline training platform opened its doors. For three years, our specialists have conducted QA manual, QA Automation, Frontend (JS, React), Unity, Talent Sourcing and other tracks. Over the years, InnoCamp has transformed from offline to online, and the InnoCamp team has developed new areas of study, including a mentoring program.
April 19, 2022
Many heads are better than one or why a multi-cloud strategy is a good solution in logistics and supply chain
A multi-cloud strategy is becoming a key trend. According to the IDG Communications 2022 study, 74% of organizations use more than one public cloud provider. It may sound expensive – and it is – however, it all pays off in a long-term perspective.
#Article #High Tech #Software Development
April 19, 2022
Innovecs Expands Global Presence and Starts Operating in New Markets
Apr 19, 2022 — Innovecs, a digital transformation tech company, announced the expansion of new markets for operating and hiring across new regions. From now on Innovecs will have new delivery centers with its own operations and employed professionals in Eastern Europe, LATAM and Georgia. Innovecs is a global digital transformation tech company with offices in the USA, UK, Israel, Australia, and Ukraine. Specializing in the design and development of software solutions, Innovecs’ team has technology and domain expertise in Supply Chain & Logistics, FinTech, Healthtech, AdTech, Software & Hightech, and Gaming & Entertainment. Given the growing demand for digital technologies across the globe, Innovecs grasps the opportunity of nurturing new hubs and enriching teams with new talents. Countries like Poland and Romania are home to the brightest minds in software engineering, therefore, Innovecs sees these markets as a huge potential for creating added value for its clients.
April 18, 2022
Choosing the Right Software Development Model to Improve the Project Flow
When it comes to software development, specialists come across some software development models to choose from. Each of them leads the developer a certain way considering project scope, timeframe, project size, and budget or engineering level.
#Article #High Tech #Software Development
April 18, 2022
Warehouse Optimization Tips To Enhance Your Revenue Stream
Traditional warehouses (or distribution centers) have faced the need for transformation and warehouse optimization due to two driving trends. Firstly, there’s a shift in the nature of fulfillment and distribution: customers expect agile and highly responsive service. To meet the needs of sophisticated customers companies should optimize the collaboration of men and machines to create highly productive collaboration. Secondly, warehouse management is experiencing the boom of technological innovation. So, to lead the market, companies should get acquainted with the warehouse optimization tips applying solutions empowered by IoT, AI, autonomous vehicles, collaborative robotics, and other trendy techs. BusinessWire, a global leader in press releases distribution, estimated in 2021 that more than 80% of the warehouses have no automation at all. And 52% of respondent companies declared an expected increase in the investments for warehouse optimization. Reading this blog, you have a chance to be among the first companies, which are striving to reduce labour costs and start getting higher revenues. For example, InboundLogistics platform calculated that labour expenses covered about 65% of most warehouse facilities’ operating budgets. The potential of warehouse optimization is about this issue as well: to reduce expenditures and increase efficiency. Standing among the rows of the goods in the warehouse, it’s extremely important to answer the question, which will influence further strengthening of the company’s reputation, its capacity to fulfill customers’ orders or manage delays and returns. The question is whether business owners have optimized the warehouse to the extent the company was ready to cope with the current industry challenges.
#Article #Big Data & Highload #Cloud #High Tech #Logistics #Machine Learning
April 04, 2022
Top 10 Software Development Trends To Add Massive Value To Your Business
An unstoppable digital transformation has already affected hundreds of spheres, from supply chain management, e-commerce, public sector, to fintech, healthcare, and retail. Companies worldwide strive to embrace the latest tech to remain competitive, increase customer loyalty, and accelerate revenue streams. The business world is transforming in front of our very eyes, due to daily upgrades of what automation and software development can do. Amidst this change, a true entrepreneur understands how crucial it is to keep their hands on the pulse of tech breakthroughs. After all, if you do not deliver a product that is fresh and reflective of where the industry’s headed – someone else will. The knowledge of new technological possibilities is a useful element of your company’s toolbox and a valuable weapon in the competitive market. So, let us sharpen that blade with a top ten of software development trends for the nearest future.
#Article #Cloud #DevOps #Mobile Apps Development #Software Development
March 30, 2022
Engineering Leadership Development Platform: InnoHub and the Tech Community
InnoHub has been a critical part of the Innovecs innovation ecosystem for several years. The company is evolving and undergoing transformation, and the concept of InnoHub is also changing. Today, InnoHub is not just an online location, but a global platform that can be joined from anywhere in the world, says Alina Shcherbyna, Head of Talent Marketing and Events at Innovecs. In an interview, she explained how and for whom InnoHub forms the Engineering Community, spoke about the values, plans, and ambitions of the platform.
March 01, 2022
Innovecs position: together we are strong
Innovecs is global. But our roots are deeply in Ukraine, our motherland. For six days we have been hiding in shelters, calling our beloved ones because someone decided that the empire strikes back. No, it doesn’t. On Feb 24, Russia invaded our country and committed its own diplomatic suicide — the entire world is a witness. We have lost our heroes, our men, and women who protect our land, our families. We lose our children. They will never be forgotten.
February 22, 2022
Andrii Hutsaliuk, Technical Support Specialist: "The implementation barriers exist only in our heads"
Life is a constant movement forward. You need to build for yourself such conditions where you can constantly change directions, explore yourself, open new horizons. Andrii Hutsaliuk visited our inFocus rubric to share his story about choosing a profession, caring for his parents, as well as telling about his dreams and plans.
February 16, 2022
Fourth time in a row: Innovecs is once again among The 2022 Global Outsourcing 100 Companies by IAOP
Innovecs, a digital transformation tech company, is once again honored to be recognized on The 2022 Global Outsourcing 100® list by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals (IAOP®). The Global Outsourcing 100 recognizes the world’s best outsourcing service providers and advisors. This list is based on applications received, and judging is based on a rigorous scoring methodology that includes an independent review by an independent panel of IAOP customer members with extensive experience in selecting outsourcing service providers and advisors for their organizations.
February 16, 2022
Supply chain management solutions: how to streamline operations from start to end
Supply chain management solutions lead you to business benefits via integrating and synchronizing all physical, financial, and information flows that a company needs to fulfill. If you’ve already thought about streamlining the operations to reduce costs, increase business efficiency, keep up with the demand better or improve risk mitigation, SCM management solutions are surely for you.
#Article #Machine Learning #Software Development