Four Reasons Your Company Needs Automated Logistics Systems

To keep up with the ever-increasing demands of consumers, companies need to be proactive. It’s no longer sufficient to offer a product and hope for the best; it needs to be done promptly without any mistakes. In an industry where one faulty component can lead to dangerous or defective products being distributed, this is not something that can afford to happen. Fortunately, automated logistics systems help alleviate these pressures by taking care of all the necessary processes effectively and efficiently. Below are four reasons your company should invest in such a system:

Improved Efficiency

The goal of any enterprise is to maximize its profits while minimizing costs; automation allows this to happen more efficiently because processes are streamlined. This leads to less human error during the production or movement of products, leading to more money getting into the bank instead of being tied up in costly mistakes.

Improved Security/Safety Standards

Companies can create stricter safety controls over how employees perform their duties when errors aren’t happening regularly. These improved standards can help prevent accidents before they happen and lead to safer work environments.

Allocation of Resources

An automated logistics system allows companies to focus more on what matters, creating products or services for customers. This frees up employees to spend time improving processes instead of wasting it trying to solve problems caused by manual labor.

Better Customer Service

When consumers interact with a company through social media, warranty claims, return policies, or similar areas, they expect an immediate response. Automated systems can help companies stay ahead of the game in this area because most issues are dealt with before customers even have a chance to complain about them, something that can’t be said when using manual labor.

Automated logistics are the future of distribution. If your company does not already have automated logistics systems in place, it won’t be easy to keep up with competitors.… Read More...

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How the pandemic has changed the weather in the technology industry

THE TECH industry recently appeared to be sitting on cloud nine. One record after another fell when quarterly results were reported three months ago. Revenues had grown by 40% on average compared with the same period a year ago and profits by 90% for the five Western technology titans—Alphabet (Google’s parent company), Amazon, Facebook, Apple and Microsoft, collectively known as GAFAM. Indices of tech shares, such as the S&P 500 Information Technology benchmark, climbed to stratospheric heights.

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If the latest round of quarterly earnings are any guide, the tech industry is coming back down to earth. Assuming that the pair meet analysts’ expectations, GAFAM’s revenues and profits will both have increased but by a more modest 26% and 39%, respectively. Share prices are languishing. The slowdown—or breather, if you will—provides additional evidence of the degree to which the pandemic has changed the tech industry. The question now is whether the sector is on a new trajectory or will revert to type over the next few years.

For starters, one of the first predictions when covid-19 hit in early 2020 was that it would make big tech even bigger. Those firms, ran the theory, would be best placed to benefit from an increased demand for digital offerings, whereas smaller firms, having fewer resources to get through the pandemic, would suffer most from its downsides. The first half of this prediction has come true: as the growth of the five firms’ market capitalisation shows. In January 2020 their combined value accounted for 17.5% of the S&P 500.Today their share hovers around 22%.

That said, many smaller companies have also grown in size and value. The pandemic has given rise to a group which could be called “tier-two tech”, the weight of which, measured by market capitalisation, has grown notably relative to the titans. In May we defined this group to include 42 firms with a market value then of no less than $20bn

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Intetics New Slide Website Sets the Standard of Excellence Across the Web Development Industry Winning 3 WebAwards 2021 In 3 Categories | News

NAPLES, Fla., Oct. 12, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Not many website award programs applaud the individual achievements behind leading sites – but that’s exactly what the Web Marketing Association strives to do. Founded in 1997, the Association aims to set a high standard for the quality of website design and internet marketing – and it does so by hosting a yearly awards ceremony: the WebAwards.

The WebAwards recognizes the organizations and people responsible for developing the most innovative, beautiful, and effective websites on the Internet. This annual competition names the best-in-class sites across nearly 100 industries, ranging from biotechnology and construction to publishing and transportation.

How the Judging Works

The judging process is incredibly strict; we’ll walk you through it. Websites entered for the WebAwards 2021 were judged by an independent panel of experts in these 7 domains: Content, Design, Copywriting, Interactivity, Innovation, Technology, Ease-of-use for the target audience.

Overall, the Intetics slide website received a score of 64/70 points for the 7 criteria mentioned above. The average score in the competition was 54.1 points; not only did Intetics score well above the average, but we also passed the threshold to receive an Outstanding Website WebAward. And, even further, we ranked as #1 for each of our categories, thus earning the “Best” label!

Intetics Is an Awardee With 3 WebAwards 2021:

  • Best Computer Software Website
  • Best Application Service Provider Website
  • Best International Business Website.

This means that we ranked #1 in points for all these categories! We are happy to see that our innovative website redesign has been met with such positive reception. Intetics strives to provide clients and visitors with the best website experience possible – and we appreciate that our efforts have been recognized on an international scale.

Judges’ Comments

“I really like this site. Finally, a site with a simplified set of choices to not overwhelm visitors. 4 boxes on the home page! Click what you’re interested in, and get more info. Love it.”

“I like the puzzle graphics and images on the homepage.”

Intetics Website Development Team’s Comments

“Intetics’ new website is not about meeting all

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