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Software-as-a-Service (more commonly referred to as SaaS) has transformed the way we consume software. What started in mostly the consumer space has now fully transitioned into the business world. Companies across the globe have realized the benefits and cost savings of cloud-based, SaaS offerings. …

Supply chain software is integral to your company’s operations. It ensures fulfillment data is tracked accurately, production needs are met in a timely and responsive manner, and much more.

But what happens when your software fails, or worse yet, continues working sub-optimally? How do you get your supply chain software…

We live in unprecedented times where flexibility and the ability to adapt have become of the utmost importance. Businesses have been susceptible to incredible shortages, unforeseen changes, and indescribable risk within the past two years. This all points to the increasing need for up-to-date supply chain software. …

By now, we’ve all heard about the cloud and how it’s changing everything we know about technology. But have you ever wondered why supply chain software is just starting to make the transition to the cloud?

It’s hard to imagine that an industry that went from pen and paper to…

It’s not often that we get a chance to reflect on the journey of entrepreneurship, but sitting here on a Friday night, I felt so inclined to jot down a few notes about starting your own company.

Starting a business is never easy. Whether a high-tech software company, a local…

Part 1: Let’s dig into how low-code can increase the supply chain’s agility and resilience.

ATLANTA-Creating custom code to update your supply chain software every time the market changes is no longer feasible given the modern business landscape.

“Custom code simply takes too long and too much effort to develop, maintain and change. It can easily take months to make a software change in traditional…

Part 2: Demystifying the low-code buzzword.

ATLANTA-Low-code can help solve supply chain challenges faster than supply chain organizations have ever seen.

“It is truly going to unlock the potential of people working in the supply chain to do amazing work, quickly diagnose issues, and solve problems on their own,” said Jonathan Porter, founder of PorterLogic.

That…

IoT. The Internet of Things. An incredibly hot topic, especially in the supply chain world. IoT devices refer to small, internet connected sensors placed in strategic points throughout the supply chain, and despite the overhype, truly do have the potential to change the way we ship and store goods.

This…

U.S. President Joe Biden wants to rebuild U.S.-based supply chains, including who is considered a full-fledged employee. The Biden Administration is targeting the “misclassification of workers as independent contractors” by pledging to sponsor legislation making it easier for workers to organize and bargain collectively.

If successful, many gig workers would…

If your company’s on-premise servers are down more than 0.0001% of the time, your business is losing money. That’s one of the many reasons why cloud computing is beneficial for supply chain organizations.

If your company uses on-prem solutions, not only must you pay the hardware and associated operating costs…

Jonathan Porter

I am the founder, CEO & CTO at PorterLogic, a technology that automates the creation of custom software in supply chains. Software enthusiast and computer nerd.

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