Pushed to do more with less, and to keep workers as productive as possible in the midst of a labor crunch, managers in manufacturing need state of the art tools that help them improve processes while also minimizing errors and ensuring high levels of quality.
Mobile POS technologies are transforming the brick-and-mortar retail. Transactions and processes once tethered to fixed cash registers at the front of a store are being shifted to product aisles and outdoor venues.
Yesterday morning we woke up to see a familiar name in the news as John B. Goodenough was announced by the Nobel Prize Committee, along with two others, as the recipients for this year's Nobel Prize in chemistry. We’ve written about John in earlier posts (See “A Week For Gratitude”) and can say we’re thrilled to see the recognition he, M. Stanley Whittington and Yoshino Akira received for the work they did over two decades in three countries that led to what one committee member referred to as “a highly charged story with tremendous potential”!
The latest news from Newcastle Systems includes "No assembly required". We have improved the delivery process by assembling the workstations in our manufacturing plant and packaging them for you to unpack in minutes. You can easily have the mobile workstation with portable power unpacked and rolling in minutes. We have assembly manuals, but soon they will become obsolete.
Like most logistics operations, yours might point to “receiving” as the main starting point in your operation. Either because it’s a process that often begins earlier in the day with the overnight arrival of trucks delivering products from all parts of the country, or simply because it’s the point in which materials enter your facility thus setting the stage for all other processes.
More than 33,000 retail industry professionals will gather in New York City on January 17 – 20 for Retail’s BIG Show 2016. With more than 540 exhibitors across 220,000 square feet, the EXPO offers solutions for every retail challenge. Retailers walk the EXPO for free.
The Retailer EXPO Pass allows retailers, drug and convenience retailers, grocers, visual merchandisers, store designers, CPGs, and private investment firms access to the EXPO Hall during regular EXPO hours, as well as Retail's BIG Show Opening Reception.
The Small Business Experience Pass allows retailers access to the small business program (which is in the EXPO) and Retail's BIG Show Opening Reception on Sunday, January 17. The pass is also valid for EXPO Hall access during regular EXPO hours on Monday, January 18 and Tuesday, January 19.
At Retail's BIG Show 2016, you can explore innovative retail technologies, learn about groundbreaking solutions and get updates on solutions needed to run your enterprise.
The Department of Energy and a Knoxville-area based consortium of 122 companies, nonprofits, and universities led by the University of Tennessee-Knoxville will invest more than $250 million - $70 million in federal funds and more than $180 million in non-federal funds – to launch a Manufacturing Innovation Institute for Advanced Composites focused on U.S. leadership in next-generation composite materials.
3 days on the EXPO Hall awaits you at Retail's BIG Show—completely complimentary. Experience the future of retail with technology showcases and radical solutions, and access the industry's experts and next generation leaders.