IoT Revolutionizes Customer Retail Experience Through Inventory Control

More than ever before, consumers want the products that they want and they want them available immediately. In fact, lack of the right inventory costs retailer’s sales. By automating inventory visibility using Internet of Things (IoT) technology, retailers can significantly reduce the cost of inventory distortion, overstock, stock outs and shrinkage.  Electronics retailers have potentially…

Managing E-Waste: Everyone’s Problem

Increasingly, electronics OEMs are thinking about the sustainability of their products, perhaps due to increasing awareness on the part of consumers. Many are introducing products with an eye toward designs that have less environmental impact and are easier to recycle. Still, only about 29% of all e-waste is recycled even though nearly 100% of e-waste…

Ten Key Takeaways from CES 2017

As the excitement of the Consumer Electronics Show 2017 (CES) subsides and the tens of thousands of exhibitors and visitors make their way home, here are our top ten takeaways from a week of innovation, inspiration, and education. These are the lessons that technology makers and electronics OEMs may want to watch in the coming…

Exploring the Consumer-Driven Supply Chain

Technology, from smartphones to the Internet, is giving consumers an increasing amount of control over their e-commerce transactions. In addition to connecting traditional back-office activities with the consumer, this has also transformed what a winning supply chain strategy looks like. Instead of a product first approach, retailers need to put the consumer first. Research from…