OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXVI: India & Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0 is a blend of cutting edge techniques like Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things (IoT) and Robotics and Automation. With such advanced techniques at hand, countries around the world are rapidly exploring it to further their technological prowess. India is also witnessing rapid technological advancement with multiple startups working round the clock … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXVI: India & Industry 4.0

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OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXV: Lean Banking

Lean is one of the biggest management ideas of the past 50 years. Unlike general perception of being only associated with manufacturing, lean management finds significant usage in banking processes. In today’s age, to provide quality experience to customers, adapting and embracing innovative technologies is the way to go. But, for that banks have to … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXV: Lean Banking

OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXIV: Sustaining Innovation

In this modern era, we are surrounded by technology that is constantly changing. Innovation is not just about creating something new, but also includes  improving something already present, for a better experience. The transition from landlines to handheld phones was an attempt towards improving communication service. This is known as ‘Sustainable Innovation’. Sustainable Innovation is … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXIV: Sustaining Innovation

OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXIII: Logistics Problems In Healthcare

Healthcare remains one of the most profound industries that caters to individuals in their hour of need. Like any other industry, supply chain management remains a challenge to them. In healthcare, managing the supply chain is typically a very complex and fragmented process. Not only do they need to cater to the patients but also … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXIII: Logistics Problems In Healthcare

OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXII: Era Of Food Supply Chain

Walmart, the largest retail store network is ramping up its business in India. In addition to expanding its grocery stores to 800 units this year, it  has come up with a plan for ‘delivery within 3 hours’ in certain parts of India, mainly metro cities due to their efficient supply chain method. Snapshot of Wal-Mart’s … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXII: Era Of Food Supply Chain