A startup can be here today, gone tomorrow. Or they can be unknown even locally today, and world-famous tomorrow. Your guess is as good as mine. There’s one thing, however, that is generally true about startups: there’s a lot of enthusiasm and optimism involved.
Intelligent apps combine big data, IoT and AI in a promising mix that will certainly boost many aspects of day-to-day life. While the B2B environment is bound to develop slower, the meaning of intelligent apps and machine learning might be even more considerable than in B2C.
QR codes are a very everyday thing for us these days, and a central part of worklife for us at Logmore. Now we'd like to shed some light on how the QR code has evolved through the years.
Receiving, put-away, picking, packing, dispatching, returns, and value-adding. These are the seven processes of every warehouse. While executed differently throughout warehouses worldwide, the need for these processes to meet the stringent performance demands of the current climate is universal. Thankfully, these four technologically-inclined tools ensure warehouses run with the utmost efficiency.
One of the fastest-growing start-up companies in Finland, Logmore's expanding its business rapidly. For that, we need more people to join our ranks. You could be one of them. One of us, I mean.
Autonomous, self-driving cars are an exciting new frontier for both organizations and consumers. What road will they take us down in the future?
Continuing with supply chain discussion, it is time for talking about big data and how it can improve supply chain management.
Logistics and supply chains are seeing innovations like never before right now. Advanced logistics and robot process automation are changing how logistics processes work, but how?
A buzzword of the past few years, Blockchain is a recent innovation on the field of cyber security. But what is it? Hardly anyone seems to be able to explain it in simple terms. Here's one try to put it into words.
The security has always been a central concern for us in what comes to designing services. Today we'd like to open the concept of Cyber Security a bit.
In our series of posts on the topic of Cyber Security, we discuss the Internet-of-Things side of the topic today.
Internet-of-Things: What is it and how is it present in the everyday of circumstance monitoring? How can it be used to increase productivity and save profits?
For years now, we’ve heard about the new trend about transforming your business to “go green”. Companies have been devising new strategies and constantly circumstance monitoring to retain, or improve, efficiency while cutting costs by recycling more and sourcing local products, to name a few.
Circumstance monitoring, data logging, logistics, and countless other standard business tasks are expected to be standard automation tasks in the coming years. Too good to be true? We don't think so.
Reverse logistics - the inevitable flow, stream or random droplets of products returning back to the retailer or producer. There are many different approaches to how companies handle their reverse logistics, and there's no one "right" solution to it. Here's one take on the topic.
Slush 2018 is behind us now, and so is our grand service launch. While excited about what is going on now, let's take a look back at #slush18.
Biologics, samples from clinical trials and many classes of medications and medical products are extremely sensitive to heat, humidity and other circumstances. Annual losses due to mishandling are over $35 Billion - what can we do to stop it?
It has been said, “if you can’t measure it, you can’t improve it.” The problem most of us face is not that we don’t have enough data; instead, it is knowing how to use data collection and analysis to our advantage.
As a startup, we're excitedly waiting for Slush, the biggest startup event in the world. But what to expect when you're expecting (Slush)?
Data is one of our most valuable resources, but only if we mine and refine it wisely. We have more information at our fingertips than ever before, and an opportunity to use data as a launchpad for business development and greater profitability.
Every successful company has probably lost a customer or two along the road to mistakes they could have avoided. We want to share these 10 tips on what we've learned during the years and how you might save customer relationships you otherwise might accidentally risk.
The supply chain is a sequential series of processes that occur when distributing a commodity. A lean supply chain rids waste from operations, striving toward the lowest possible cost for individuals in the system. With goods seamlessly travelling through the chain, businesses can meet the precise customer need for the product, thus maximizing profits.