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Drones in the Supply Chain: A Game-Changing New Tool

Rafael Granato
by Rafael Granato on Jul 18, 2016 21:24:56 PM

Our CEO, Matt Yearling, was recently interviewed by Executive Platforms for their Tought Leaders series, to discuss the current and future state of drones in the supply chain. 

Companies that carry a significant amount of inventory are continually looking for better ways to improve the overall efficiency and effectiveness of their inventory checking process. Our customers are already taking a step further and testing these technologies inside and outside their facilities for locating hard to reach inventory. 

Matt emphasizes during the interview that the key message here is that if you don’t have an initiative looking at drones, you are behind your competitors. Yearling complements that there are many large corporations that are absolutely working on this, and there are others that have not even started. He believes that companies that fall in the latter category are going to have some problems ahead of them.

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