KPIs in logistics warehouses: How customized real-time management helps firms deliver on their customer promise
02/09/2021 | Guillaume Dorée, Consultant solution Reflex, Hardis Group
By Guillaume Dorée, Reflex Solution Consultant, Hardis Group Indicators and dashboards are a way to manage warehouse operations, helping to monitor the progress of operations, continuously improve quality, boost productivity, and gain a detailed understanding of activity more generally. While historical quantitative indicators still have their uses, firms now need customized, shared, real-ti...
26/08/2021 | By Damien Pasquinelli,
In contrast to the past decade, there are no signs of a major technological breakthrough in the coming months. Instead, the crisis is prompting firms to streamline their operations around the best tech they have available right now—and to focus on long-term performance and resilience.
30/06/2021 | Christophe Raschetti, Consultant, Hardis Group
The digitization of retail has grown well beyond the confines of e-commerce. As today’s brands seek to offer customers a smooth, total experience across all physical and digital channels, they need to scale up a digital strategy that, in many cases, is the product of trial and error.
22/04/2021 | Luca Proietto, Consultant, Hardis Group
The fight against counterfeiting, quality control and drug identification and authentication are long-standing concerns of the pharmaceutical industry. Although traceability has long been operational in this sector, digital technology now makes it possible to go even further with efforts to secure the supply chain and even to provide patients with additional services.
18/03/2021 | Olivier Eyraud, Business solution manager, Hardis Group
Low-code/no-code platforms, which allow users to design their own business applications, offer the potential to accelerate digital transformation. But in what contexts are these platforms recommended? Are they suited to all circumstances? And what governance and support role should IT departments play?
02/12/2020 | Nicolas Odet, President of Hardis Group
This year’s successive lockdowns, and the associated switch to remote working, have provided revealing insights into organizations’ governance and management styles, and into industrial relations more generally. Alongside remote collaboration tools, transparency and trust remain by far the most important predictors of organizational agility and resilience.
25/11/2020 | Thomas Costes, Director, Business Consulting Grenoble, Hardis Group
Manufacturers are following the lead of tech companies and switching from a product- to a user-oriented approach by adopting a subscription business model. But as industry seeks to monetize product-related services, organizations will also need to rethink their information systems—starting with the basic system architecture.
18/11/2020 | Nicolas Odet, Président d’Hardis Group
This year’s lockdowns have placed immense strain on information systems, posing new challenges for operational excellence without seeking to build innovation on shifting sands. In just a few short months, circumstances have prompted organizations—and IT departments—to completely rethink their priorities.
04/11/2020 | Sébastien Gagelin, Expert en data intelligence, Hardis Group
Digital twins might sound like something out of science fiction, but they’re already being used in a wide range of applications. The technology can help to eliminate costly and frustrating gray areas—provided it’s applied to suitable projects and backed by the right software and infrastructure.
28/09/2020 | Florian Sauvage, Solutions Consultant, Hardis Group
During the COVID-19 lockdown, retailers had no option but to make organizational changes—as best they could—to continue serving consumers while complying with government guidance. These changes had substantial knock-on effects across logistics, transport and store operations. Nowhere else was this shift felt more keenly than in stores. What were once points of sale where customers flocked for i...