OpScoop Chapter III Issue XVI: How Blockchain Is Helping Banks Evolve

The banking sector has changed far from what it was in the beginning. With an increase in the bandwidth of services being offered, there is a need for technology in the new methods of interaction and transaction that not only enhances responsiveness but also curbs the issue of security. The latest in this line of … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter III Issue XVI: How Blockchain Is Helping Banks Evolve

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OpScoop Chapter III Issue XV: Use of Lean Techniques in Formula One

Formula One, unlike other racing sports, gives importance to both performance and timing both whilst on track and off-track(at pit stops). In case of Formula One, a pit stop is equivalent to machine downtime. The aim is to reduce the down-time and get back to racing in the least possible time. It’s all based on … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter III Issue XV: Use of Lean Techniques in Formula One

OpScoop Chapter III Issue XIV: How Additive Manufacturing is Reshaping Auto-Assembly Lines

In product manufacturing, an assembly line is the most important section that takes up half of the working space in the whole process. This, in turn consumes most of the processing time of the product, thereby creating a bottleneck in the whole process. Hence, an efficient and quick assembly framework is significant in increasing the … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter III Issue XIV: How Additive Manufacturing is Reshaping Auto-Assembly Lines

OpScoop Chapter III Issue XIII: ebay: Leveraging Data to Transform Commerce

With a highly competitive yet booming market, eCommerce is at a very interesting space right now. With the transformation in the mindset of people and increasing trust on online merchants, there is a much greater reliance on eCommerce. Though these online platforms are highly promising and show immense potential, but there’s a high degree of … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter III Issue XIII: ebay: Leveraging Data to Transform Commerce

OpScoop Chapter III Issue XII: The New Way of Delivery: Amazon Air

Amazon aims at making life easier for its customers. From introducing unmanned shopping with Amazon GO to same day delivery with Amazon Prime,  Amazon has been doing a lot to speed up its shipping services. Now going a step further, Amazon wishes to optimize its delivery with unmanned drones! Amazon Air On The Run While … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter III Issue XII: The New Way of Delivery: Amazon Air

OpScoop Chapter III Issue XI: How 3D Printing paved the way for Adidas

After showing a lot of potential during its advent, 3D printing quickly went downhill due to its high cost. Lately, with its low acceptance, it has just become a fad. While scientists use it to realize their theory in the form of customized products, it still remains an expensive technology to profit from. However, during … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter III Issue XI: How 3D Printing paved the way for Adidas

OpScoop Chapter III Issue X: Changing the future of beauty with AI

With brands like Glossier and Huda Beauty building their own beauty empires, Sephora is up against a stifling challenge of continuing to innovate and growing the number of stores. It has wonderfully deployed Artificial Intelligence(AI) to create a seamless experience for its customers across both digital and retail outlets. Envisioning better customer experience, Sephora launched … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter III Issue X: Changing the future of beauty with AI

OpScoop Chapter III Issue IX : Revolutionizing E-commerce with Good Logistics

With the evolution of the digital era, there has been a complete transformation in the E-commerce industry. In order to maintain good sales, sellers need to keep up with the changing trends. Logistics has come a long way and plays a crucial role in the success of any E-commerce venture. A few years ago people … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter III Issue IX : Revolutionizing E-commerce with Good Logistics

OpScoop Chapter III Issue VIII : Refining Zomato’s Supply Chain

Zomato believes that a standalone food-delivery business does not make economic sense. Although, their customer-acquisition cost is much lower than that of competitors due to the advertising/listings of their business, they form just a small part of the entire food market. India’s food-technology market has a lot of scope for growth in a logistics-led on-demand … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter III Issue VIII : Refining Zomato’s Supply Chain

OpScoop Chapter III Issue VII : Evaluating FedEx Overnight Delivery Model

Colloquially known as an airline that owns trucks and with about 3.1 million packages transported daily and around 25.6 million pounds annually, FedEx Corporation is a $20 billion global enterprise. From package pickup to its final delivery, this air freight network follows a continuous flow process which delivers on its promise of fast and reliable overnight … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter III Issue VII : Evaluating FedEx Overnight Delivery Model