Stories by Jarrod Kinchington
Next-generation solutions for the distribution landscape
Emerging technologies in the distribution industry are transforming the way goods are transported and delivered.
An efficient supply chain formula for all manufacturers
Technology also helps increase decision velocity, enabling manufacturers to mitigate the impact of interruptions and keep supply chains running smoothly.
How to choose the right warehouse automation technology
Before investing in any form of automation, it's important to evaluate specific needs and understand the principles behind warehouse management.
The top enterprise tech trends to watch out for in 2023
Now that we've settled into the new year, enterprise cloud solution providers look to expand their focus to business buyers, not just IT/development teams.
Personalised, agile business made possible by composable ERP
Business leaders are driving digital transformation and the importance of composable ERP, allowing for more agility and personalised experiences.
Securing data from cyberattacks and data breaches
The immediate costs are a trifle when compared to the incalculable, lasting brand, reputation, and business damage that a data security incident causes.
Meeting sustainability expectations, but at what cost?
The food and beverage industry faces increasing pressure to be sustainable and profitable, but it is no longer a choice, writes journalist [Author].
Why democratised data is crucial to improve operations
Democratising data—making data consumable for a wider population—will give these front-line users valuable decision-making insights.
How Artificial Intelligence is transforming the distribution industry
The rise of AI will not fade away because it’s making so many tasks quicker and easier. So here’s what you need to know.
Why Cloud is not always enough
Cloud computing has become the future, but the debate between single tenant and multi-tenant deployment remains. Understanding the differences is crucial.
Why digital investment in manufacturing is increasingly focussed on industry-centric applications
Manufacturers are increasingly embracing industry-specific cloud ERP to drive sustainable growth and streamline processes, according to Deloitte.
Five ways manufacturers can benefit from a purpose-built ERP
As the manufacturing world rapidly evolves to meet new challenges, many organisations are working to define a new roadmap to success.
Why investing in technology is the best strategy for retaining services talent
Restaurant workers face growing job vacancies in the hospitality sector, but advanced technology can help ease the burden and retain talent.
How manufacturers can respond to rapid change with technology
Disruption, innovation, and continual refinement of shop floor processes are driving factors in today’s complex market landscape.
Economic recovery for industrial manufacturers through purpose-built cloud ERP
Technology can help industrial machinery and equipment (IM&E) manufacturers take advantage of pent-up demand and motivate customers to reignite paused projects.
Cloud technology for agile supply chains
Autonomous vehicles, infotainment and smart electronics - today's consumers expect state-of-the-art features and the highest level of vehicle safety.
How safe is an organisation’s data from security breaches?
Data breaches can cost businesses millions, but the real damage lies in the lasting brand and reputation harm they cause, says Infor ANZ VP Jarrod Kinchington.
Cloud ERP critical to manufacturers’ bid in work-from-anywhere vision
Cloud ERP software can support remote connectivity for deskless workers in manufacturing, a trend gaining traction post pandemic.
Cultural norms continue to drive F&B technology trends into the future
The F-B industry has embraced technology as self-driven ordering, location agnostic functions, and guest expectations trend. #foodandbeverage #technology.
Cloud ERP: The first step to commercial success
It is critical to have an ERP system based on current technology, which makes it easier to share data across an organisation.
Why industry-specific cloud ERP is crucial to business
Businesses must focus on sustainable and profitable growth as the world evolves. Digital investments are key to achieving targets.
In COVID-19 times, an optimised warehouse is key
One of the most critical points for distributors to consider is that all warehouse activities have a direct impact on their relationship with customers.
How MSPs can unlock value for CFOs
The path to reinvention can be achieved through a managed services approach, minimising disruption associated with both anticipated and unanticipated change.
Why an asset investment plan is important to business
AIP can help determine the best time to invest in order to smooth capital expenditures over time, writes Infor managing direcotr for ANZ Jarrod Kinchington.