TEC's P.J. Jakovljevic takes a look at the trends that will shape the retail supply chain in 2015 in this two-part series based on discussions with JDA Software, Manhattan Associates, E2open, Logility, and other notable SCM software players over the past few months.
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advanced capabilities for vehicle monitoring (such as location, operating hours, maintenance, and engine temperature) and driver behavior management (such as speeding, excessive idling, and hard braking). Thus, while I would agree with that the IoT might still be too premature for mainstream SCM use, the IoT is still coming, and the data is going to be vast. Two things ring loud and clear: the supply chain will not only have to consider fast data (i.e., many nodes, frequent changes), but we will also