#SupplyChainGeek Roundup

It’s #SupplyChainGeek Friday, and there is much to share this week! First and foremost, we just announced that our Keynote speaker for our Executive Forum in October will be the one and only, Gerry Sandusky! In addition to serving as the play-by-play announcer for the Ravens, Sandusky is the New York Times best-selling author of “Forgotten Sundays,” the sports director for Baltimore’s WBAL TV, and a noted authority on communication, motivation, perception, and change. To see the official press release check it out here: http://prlog.org/12473354

This week I decided to roundup some great articles from our very own #SupplyChainGeeks at Barcoding, Inc. plus a very interesting podcast.

Hope you all enjoy and share with your own social networks with #SupplyChainGeek

  1. Our award-winning CFO, Jeff Gillis, provides some basic guidelines to build an approachable collections function in his article titled “How to Build Solid Cash Flow Relationships: An approachable collections function is equivalent to money in the bank. Incorporating sales best practices into collections can significantly shorten the order-to-cash cycle” featured in Treasury & Risk Magazine. Read the article here: http://www.treasuryandrisk.com/2015/06/23/how-to-build-solid-cash-flow-relationships?ref=hp-featured
  2. “Stop Thieves with RFID Protection”, an article featuring Barcoding Inc.’s Director of RFID, Tom O’Boyle http://asicentral.com/news/magazines/wearables/july-2015/stop-thieves-with-rfid-protection/
  3. Read “A Conversation with Jay Steinmetz, CEO of Barcoding, Inc.” where he discusses the history of Barcoding, Inc. and where we’re headed in the future here: http://baltimore.citybizlist.com/article/279459/a-conversation-with-jay-steinmetz-ceo-of-barcoding-inc or you can watch the video interview below:

     

  4. Have you ever asked yourself how well could your company respond to let’s say a flood, earthquake or data breach? This week’s featured podcast looks into the cost of unpreparedness and a lot of misconceptions that companies think listen to the podcast here: http://www.supplychainbrain.com/content/nc/executive-education/podcasts/single-article-page/article/the-essentials-of-supply-chain-disaster-recovery/

 

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