The balance of Inventory Cost Management is crucial in an after-sales supply chain. Where to start? Operations, quality control and engineering.
How does it feel to be caught in the middle of a brewing trade war? Knowing how and why to mitigate tariff risks is crucial in your service supply chain.
If you’re like most people, you weren’t born knowing what a service supply chain (SSC) is, or what one does. In fact, the SSC has only been around, in its entirety, for less than a decade.
That’s why we here at Flash Global created a video called “What The *Bleep* Is A Service Supply… Read entire entry »
The term “explosive growth” sounds great at first. It’s less positive when you consider that one definition of “explode” is “to burst, fly into pieces, or break up violently.” That’s hardly the goal of most start-ups. However, it can result when businesses prioritize fast growth without carefu… Read entire entry »
Supply chains have been around in some fashion since the days of the ancient Romans — probably longer. Service supply chains? Well, that’s another story, one Flash Global continues to write on a daily basis. Simply put, the service supply chain is defined as:
A detailed organization and… Read entire entry »
As one of the world’s premier providers of global service supply chain solutions, there are many things we love about our warehouses: straight lines, uniform boxes, barcodes that match, forklifts, scissor lifts, cherry pickers.
Those are the things that help us do what we love most of a… Read entire entry »
If you rely on technologies to drive your business, you know that breakdowns are inevitable. Having the right partner who can handle everything from cosmetic touch-ups to board-level repairs can make a huge difference to your bottom line. Take a look at this short video to learn more about t… Read entire entry »
Success at “going global” isn’t a slam-dunk. It’s true that international expansion helps many companies increase profits, dominate new markets, and mitigate economic risk.
However, few companies succeed on the international stage. In 2015 the Harvard Business Review found only 40% of… Read entire entry »