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A weekly summary of the news, trends, reviews, profiles and articles from Logistics Tech Outlook
March 21, 2019

Logistics Tech Outlook Weekly Brief

Newsletter for Enterprise Technology Decision Makers

Feature of the Week
Omnichannel is necessarily the way to measure customer involvement across multiple channels or platforms.
Experts believe that digitally transformed logistics system performs better and smarter.
Providing a variety of delivery options to customers can help e-commerce companies in driving profitability. Enterprises can provide incentives to customers for choosing a profitable delivery option.
Featured Vendors
Provides supply chain consulting, software, and fourth-party logistics services to lower supply chain costs efficiently and sustainably.
Offers an innovative chartering and shipping solution—MARiS—to efficiently tackle the growing challenges of in the realm of logistics.
Improve efficiency of complex production and logistics processes through unique planning software, interactive process visualizations and planning services.
CIO Viewpoint
Greg Sarich, CIO, CLEAResult
As utilities continue to embrace technology, this could mean substantial gains in energy efficiency and increased customer engagement.
Greg Smiley, CIO, Florida Department of Transportation
How can artificial intelligence support better business decisions when the decision maker can’t explain how the machine came to that answer?
CXO Insights
By John Urban, EVP & GM, GT Nexus
Cloud platforms not only automate transactions, but become a common infrastructure to tie together business processes and execution.
By Blaine Kelton, a blogger and freelance writer from Beverly Hills
When we think about how technology is changing major industries, a lot of the focus tends to be on Internet innovation.