At Powerlinx, we believe that enabling businesses to connect with each other in the fastest, most direct way is the way forward for companies to drive growth. That is why we put together some of the most straight-forward use-cases of the Powerlinx platform.
Today’s modern supply chains are not linear, but dynamic and multi-directional – and the digital solutions currently available to supply chain professionals only enhance that fact. The ability to do business overseas via virtual, instantaneous communications has allowed companies over the past few decades to increasingly outsource their production and distribution, leading to lower production costs and higher revenues, all while creating a globalized economy that is more vast and incredibly intricate than the lay person could imagine.
Unlocking the full value of two businesses partnering on an opportunity relies mainly on three short, simple and clear principles, which need to be present in order to drive that opportunity towards success, leveraging from the first Business Meets Business (BmB) platform.
When two companies collaborate with their mutual interests in mind, great things can happen. Supply chain partnerships are the focus of our latest infographic, where we examine a few case studies that a win-win collaboration between two companies has yielded to a high, beneficial impact.
The manufacturing map of the world has changed substantially over the past decade, making former manufacturing stalwarts less attractive than emerging markets and a resurgent US.
For a couple of decades, when figuring out how to find manufacturers in emerging markets, the first choice was obvious: offshoring your manufacturing was the choice for so many US companies, and often their chosen destination was China.
Demand for products from metal fabricators has long been driven by the needs of other industrial sectors. The industry – distinct due to its size and contributing role to countless other major markets – is certainly no stranger to typical intra-market flux and demand variability. But competition is tight, and the need for companies to distinguish themselves in the market is absolutely essential for success.
Plastic and rubber manufacturers have long been critical players in the U.S. manufacturing landscape. Currently the third-largest industrial manufacturing sector in the United States, plastic and rubber supports countless other sectors, from packaging and medical devices to automotive and construction.
Choosing the right industrial warehouse solutions for your business is critical. The process must be attended to with methodical and strategic consideration, lending warehouse planning its complex and often time-consuming nature.
This guide will walk you through five key considerations for choosing the warehouse solutions that are right for your business.
What motivates business owners toward their biggest buying decisions, and how can vendors align their sales tactics to buyer needs? Global peer advisory and coaching network The Alternative Board surveyed business owners in all major industries on the factors influencing their largest purchases, and the results might surprise you. Below find five factors every vendor should keep in mind when guiding customers through their sales funnel.