While some see cloud as simply the next evolution of technology, migration to cloud has some quite tangible benefits including:
• Reduced capital expenditure – as most cloud services are subscription based, cloud computing allows ompanies to switch to OpEx models that are more forgiving to cashflow and cut the high initial expense required to purchase new hardware.
Flexibility – cloud-based services allow organisations to consume the resources they need when they need them. It’s ideal for supply chain organisations that are growing or have fluctuating demands as they can scale cloud capacity up and down to suit their needs.
• Business continuity – compared with onsite
infrastructure, cloud solutions are enabling backup and recovery solutions to reduce the risk and associated downtime of data loss without the need for manual backup to physical disk or tape.
Increased collaboration – cloud technologies not only allow employees to more effectively share and edit documents, any time, anywhere; they also allow better collaboration, visibility and exchange of data between strategic partners.
Some of the technologies outlined here have the potential to completely revolutionise the supply chain. We will be watching closely to see how developments take shape, we hope you will too.
WAREHOUSE SOLUTIONS WITH TOUGHBOOK with 3 years of warranty without extra cost!
Every warehouse is different. That’s why Panasonic has a range of fully flexible offerings, covering mounts, fixtures, docs and devices (as well as industry-standard RS232 ports) that mean you can create your own product bundle to work seamlessly alongside your exiting technology.
Ergonomically designed and rigorously tested, Panasonic rugged docks perfectly complement the fully rugged TOUGHBOOK devices. Only docks and mounts approved by Panasonic are suitable for use as part of a TOUGHBOOK forklift system.
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