Supply chain management is evolving. No longer is it seen as a simple support function, but rather a competitive advantage for the companies utilizing the advancements in available technology.
Would you build a house without a blueprint? Would that blueprint have a foundation and include safety measures like windows and doors with locks?
With a steady stream of television commercials, roadside billboards, and digital banner ads to remind us, the first wave of the fifth generation (5G) of wireless networks is already here.
When it comes to video surveillance, nothing is worse than having an incident, thinking you have it on camera via your network video recorder (NVR), and then finding out you had an NVR failure during that time… and you capture nothing!
According to the Office of Management and Budget’s memorandum M-19-10 Category Management: Making Smarter Use of Common Contract Solutions and Practices, released March 20, 2019, “category management is defined as the business practice of buying common goods and services as an enterprise to eliminate redundancies, increase efficiency, and deliver more value and savings from the Government’s acquisition programs.”