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Your Delivery Costs Depend on Your Definition of a Stop

A delivery definition that matches your delivery model reduces delivery costs.
Your courier promises that they have it covered. They are the professionals who know delivery. But, what delivery changes have they brought? Routes are the same as before, and …

Delivery System Tools

Same-Day Delivery activities have few management tools. Supply Chain Finance is committed to creating tools similar to Transportation Management Systems (TMS) to facilitate courier deliveries.
Multi-site organizations that provide same-day delivery service must balance their customer care goal with their business profitability goal. Delivery activity and costs cause con…

Predicting Stats

Same-Day Delivery Data provides more than simple stop and cost measures. Supply Chain Finance provides Business Intelligence that drive savings and process improvement opportunities. However, the delivery data does not just appear; Supply Chain Finance p…
In my discussions with LTC Pharmacy Executives, Business Intelligence derived from courier deliveries is a foreign concept.  They express a disbelief that the courier invoice dat…

Lost Treasure

Courier delivery data is a gold that is hidden form LTC Pharmacies. The problem is that this gold mine is hidden in paper invoices.
LTC pharmacies utilize powerful information system that enable prescription preparation to be efficient and more effective.  These systems enable exceptional patient care while e…

Server Thunderstorms

Server Thunderstorms will occur, but they can be avoided by using tools that enable your LTC Pharmacy move the storm to the next meeting.
Does your LTC Pharmacy seek cover during thunderstorm warning? The atmosphere is ripe for a storm: you have unhappy facilities, office politics demotivates, and dispensing cost…

LTC Pharmacy Delivery Stops are More Complex than Rubik’s Cube

Rubik's Cubes are complex, but these puzzles do not hold a candle to the puzzle LTC Pharmacy managers face in providing Same-Day-Delivery for perscriptions.
A Rubik’s Cube is a three-dimensional combination puzzle invented in 1974 to solve the structural problem of moving the parts independently without the entire mechanism falling …