OpScoop Chapter III Issue VI : Revolutionizing Automation with Grey Orange

The warehousing and logistics industry in India has always relied on manual handling of its operations. The low labour cost in the country could be one of the key reasons behind this. Grey Orange is the one stop solution for next gen automation in supply chain. It is a world leader in designing, manufacturing and … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter III Issue VI : Revolutionizing Automation with Grey Orange

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OpScoop Chapter III Issue V: Transforming Retail Stores with Amazon GO

The world is going online. With businesses going global in this era of internet, all you need is an internet connection to start your own business. It has been less likely for a company to go from offline to online due to the ‘capital’ difference. But, the concept is rapidly changing. Amazon has been a … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter III Issue V: Transforming Retail Stores with Amazon GO

OpScoop Chapter III Issue IV: The Toyota Way

Toyota’s early growth from loom manufacturing to automobile manufacturing was due to the Japanese government’s encouragement in the 1930s. However, the company was on the brink of bankruptcy on two separate occasions due to the slowdown of the Japanese economy post World-War II. Ironically, The United States’ order of military trucks during the Korean War, … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter III Issue IV: The Toyota Way

OpScoop Chapter III Issue III: Understanding IKEA’s Supply Chain success

After finally opening its first store in Hyderabad, IKEA is now planning to expand further by opening more selling points in and across India. IKEA has a unique proposition of providing affordable,  high quality home furnishing at low prices to customers. This might seem impossible without keeping negligible profit margins, but IKEA makes it possible … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter III Issue III: Understanding IKEA’s Supply Chain success

OpScoop Chapter III Issue II: Zara Supply Chain: The Secret behind its Retail Success

Youth around the world have always loved shopping. Their never ending streak for shopping always ends up in fashion apparels and they flaunt themselves with the most trending apparels. True, most fashion trends are fleeting moments that create a transient hype before eventually dying down. But, this in no way lessens the fashion fever amongst … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter III Issue II: Zara Supply Chain: The Secret behind its Retail Success

OpScoop Chapter III Issue I: How Industry 4.0 changes the Beer Game

The Beer game is a business simulation game based on supply chain management, where players take up roles of roles of brewer, distributor, wholesaler and the publican and place orders for cases of beer with their predecessor in the supply chain. For no other purpose can they communicate with other players. The players only have … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter III Issue I: How Industry 4.0 changes the Beer Game

OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXX: Redefining Customer Service with Humans and Chatbots

The needs, wants and preferences of customers are rapidly reshaping business in this digital age. With social and mobile technology coming in handy, consumers expect companies to be available online at all times, providing them with superior quality customer experience. These customers expect an omnichannel approach towards interactions. While they require the convenience of online … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXX: Redefining Customer Service with Humans and Chatbots

OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXIX: How Blockchain can change Social Media

Social Media has undoubtedly become an integral part of our everyday life. From individuals to corporates, everyone is intrinsically linked to it and is increasingly using it as a platform for recognition. However, it also brings along the serious issue of privacy for its users. Unknowingly, people use these platforms to share a lot of … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXIX: How Blockchain can change Social Media

OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXVIII:Amazon Robotics: A new way of Inventory Management

Traditional Inventory Management mainly focuses on Inventory Forecasting. In an attempt to focus on forecasting, it neglects poor execution strategies and communication, thereby reducing the efficiency of the system by half. In large inventory warehouses with multiple workstations, an employee often finds it difficult to locate a specific stock. Resultantly, he ends up spending 40% … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXVIII:Amazon Robotics: A new way of Inventory Management

OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXVII: Operations In Qualcomm Tech

Qualcomm Tech, the world’s largest provider of wireless communication values creativity the most. Qualcomm operates as a fabless chip design enterprise. Its strength is rooted in designing chips for branded phone makers that need high-volume quantities for short life cycle end products which amaze users with speedy and flashy technology. The chip design cycle refreshes … Continue reading OpScoop Chapter II Issue XXVII: Operations In Qualcomm Tech