(tip of hat to for sharing this)
(tip of hat to for sharing this)
It's been a joy following your communications from up above. This one little earthling has certainly gained a healthy perspective on our place in space
We get it. Managing your supply chain isn't the most exciting thing for most people. You have a business to run and managing the logistics part of it is mostly a means-to-an-end. A very important part of the whole process perhaps and one which can make or break reputations. But exciting? Maybe not so much.
And it can get a bit complex. Workflows, Standard Operating Procedures, Time Zones, Languages, Cultures, Customs and a whole bunch of other stuff gets in the way.
At Bellville Rodair, we have thought about this quite a lot. We believe in Building Reliability. It is our mission to create true partnerships through the bridges of Awareness, Accuracy, Imagination, Communication and Enjoyment. It goes into everything we do. Other companies do the A to B stuff quite well. Only a few excel in managing the whole process.
When we decided to create an online tool for our customers to manage everything in their logistics realm we didn't just copy the competition. In truth, the competition didn't have much worth copying. Online tools are often overly complex, poorly designed and difficult to use.
MiReport was designed with just one word in mind: Simplicity. We figured that if we could design a system which distills all the complexity of your supply chain process into a system which is as easy to use as doing a Google search you'd want to use it.
And now we have designed a MiReport introduction webpage using the same principles of simplicity and focus. We invite you to have a look. We hope you like what you see and would love to help you simplify your supply chain too.
Please contact email@example.com for more information about how to get on board.
If 'you get what you measure' is true then this change will perhaps over time put greater emphasis on 'ideas' everywhere in society. That would not be a bad thing.
Researching this as part of a test case for replacing laptops with chromebooks in our organisation.
We will testing them soon. Expecting success as most of our environment is cloud based (Citrix) and we use Google for email/collaboration.
One sticking point: How to manage/provision network printing for multiple users? Cloud Print is all well and good for you and me as individuals but is there any way to enable existing network printers to be used from Chromebooks?
- Bellville Rodair InternationalDirector of IT and Communication, 2004 - present
- Købmandsskolen i AabenraaHH - Linguistic Line, 1983 - 1986
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