Supply Chain Digest Launches New Web Site, Providing the Supply Chain and Logistics Industry’s Best, Easiest to Use Source for Information and Insight
Advanced Technology Helps Supply Chain and Logistics Practioners Stay Informed, Save Time, and Make Better Decisions
Dayton, OH – Supply Chain Digest, the supply chain and logistics industry’s best on-line publication and web site, announced this week it has launched an entirely new version of its web site, providing supply chain and logistics professionals the best source of news, information, opinion, insight and tools to help keep them informed, save them time, and improve their decision-making.
The new site, available at www.scdigest.com, includes a new look and feel, as well as an array of tools to help supply chain and logistics practitioners do their jobs and save time. These tools include:
- A new email@example.com feature that enables subscribers to send in questions and receive an answer from one of more of our panel of distinguished supply chain and logistics experts, as well as our community of readers who want to share insight.
- New advanced search capabilities, including a “search by keyword” function that enables subscribers to quickly access information by specific topic area, such as “Supply Chain Strategy” or “Material Handling Automation,” from our large library of on-line content
- A New “Expert Insights” feature, where an all-star line-up of regular contributors such as Gene Tyndall, Dr. John Gattorna, Ann Drake and guest contributors share their insight and expertise.
These new features are in addition to the outstanding content that has made SCDigest the industry’s most popular on-line publication. These features include SCDigest Editor Dan Gilmore’s weekly First Thoughts column, insightful News and Views articles, short and snappy Supply Chain News Bites, valuable White Papers and Reports, our Supply Chain and Logistics Stock index, and much more.
“We are confident this new site is the best in the industry, and now provides Supply Chain Digest a platform for a series of new products, features and capabilities that we will be rolling out over the next few months,” said SCDigest editor Dan Gilmore.
“We have built the new site on a very advance set of technologies that will serve current readers and sponsor companies very well, and allow us to bring many other new capabilities to market quickly,” added Mark Fralick, Chief Technology Officer at SCDigest.