This is the future of supply chain—agile and unbound.
But a bold new frontier won’t come from incremental tweaks to legacy systems.
Our bold vision: to completely reimagine how packaged goods move along the supply chain—particularly between the point of origin and the final mile.
From a further expansion of e-commerce to new in-store work-arounds and revised returns processes, retail has turned a corner.
In the world of supply chain and logistics, mesh networks are becoming an increasingly popular way to manage the flow of goods. Unlike traditional hub-and-spoke architectures, which are capital intensive and rely on a central authority to make decisions about routing, mesh networks are highly distributed, with each node in the network connected to every other node.