OpScoop Issue 10: Amazon –Heading the way towards On-Demand Clothes Manufacturing

E-Commerce giant Amazon, the Seattle-based company was recently granted a patent that enables custom production of clothing after a customer has placed an order. Standard operating procedure in the apparel industry goes like this: Make clothes, and then sell them. It can take weeks, if not months, to manufacture clothes, so that step has to come first. … Continue reading OpScoop Issue 10: Amazon –Heading the way towards On-Demand Clothes Manufacturing

OpScoop Issue 8: RFID in Warehousing

RFID is generating massive amounts of data and creating real efficiencies in the warehouses of today.  In passive systems, which are the most common, an RFID reader transmits an energy field that "wakes up" the tag and provides the power for the tag to respond to the reader. Data collected from tags is then passed … Continue reading OpScoop Issue 8: RFID in Warehousing

OpScoop Issue 1: Warehouses : Then & Now

The ever-demanding customers can only be satiated if service exceeds their expectations. With points of differentiation translating to points of parity in no time, the mind boggling question, that gives executives and businessmen sleepless nights, is how they can possibly stand out. Contrary to the question, the answer however is fairly elementary- time is the … Continue reading OpScoop Issue 1: Warehouses : Then & Now