Agricultura este o ramură importantă a oricărei economii naţionale. Conform statisticilor realizate de Națiunile Unite, până în anul 2050 puține țări vor mai avea suficient pământ arabil pentru a susține nevoile populației în creștere. Aceleași statistici arată că până în 2050, populația va ajunge la un nivel record de 9 miliarde de persoane. Această creștere va trebui să fie susținută și de o creștere a producției agricole.
Cu toate că România are una dintre cele mai întinse suprafețe de teren agricol din Uniune, ne aflăm pe ultimele locuri din UE din punct de vedere al eficienței utilizării suprafeței agricole.
At the beginning of each year, we set new goals for the year to come for personal, as well as professional life. Most of the times, business goals are easier to set: increase the volume of sales, increase the turnover, increase productivity or make smarter investments. But you have to admit it, as it’s always on your mind: you want to outsmart the competition. As easier as it is to set these goals, just making a nice list is not enough. If you want to make it happen, you have to set a plan of actual actions. Otherwise, your dreams will remain just that – dreams. And if you want to put in place a realistic plan, you need correct and structured information and analysis. You need an integrated business system.
Logistics is an area about which we discuss a lot as it is an area in constant transformation. What causes this transformation? Changes in technology flows, increased production or rapid evolution of e-commerce all cause the same result: logistics transformation.
Let’s see how the future of logistics or the logistics of the future looks like!
As mentioned in our previous article, e-commerce has completely changed the face of commerce. The world is in a continuous transformation and the most important factors to influence success are time and information. This is what the best performing companies do: give as much information as possible about their products through all the existing channels and ensure a rapid delivery. That’s why e-commerce companies had to adapt to customers’ expectations and find new distribution channels. Innovation and agility are essential for success in business.
Even since its beginning, e-commerce has transformed the way stores sell their products and how buyers buy them. Let’s consider the following figures:
– in 2014, the domestic online retail has exceeded 1 billion Euro, compared to 600 million in 2013 (as GPeC has estimated)
– according to the last census, Romania has a population of 19,7 million inhabitants of which over 10 million are Internet users
– Romania currently has over 5000 online stores (and their number is constantly growing)
If cloud architecture were a human being, then it would be in its teens. Companies are still undecided about migrating to the cloud, because the cloud security related opinions are very divided, making cloud’s image quite insecure. Consciously or not, we all use (more or less) cloud services. Only when it comes to sending sensitive data in the cloud, we begin to question their safety.
We will try to dispel myths about the lack of security in the cloud. This technology is safe and reliable. Cloud remains the safest data storage. Let’s see why!
During the IMWorld 2015 event, Remus Cazacu, General Manager and Founder BITSoftware, was invited along with representatives of Microsoft Romania and Spearhead to debate the cloud market trends in Romania.
The participants concluded that the rate of cloud technology adoption is constantly growing, although it has a slight delay to other European countries. Customers are beginning to look for more productive and viable alternatives in terms of costs.
A distributor’s activity seems as simple as buying and selling products. Yet, this simplicity is more complicated than it might seem. Distribution is a continuous fire activity, with constant need of stock and client orders information.
Daily analysis is needed on staff performance, receiving orders and collecting payments. Stocks need to be analysed daily, as well as supplier orders. Similarly, distributors have to analyze sales by divisions or brands, in order to find the best products combination to generate a maximum of profit.
ber is evolving the way the world moves and how people move through the city. Everything was possible with a (seemingly) simple application that can be installed on any smartphone and connects drivers and customers, making transportation more accessible in the city. At the same time, it opens more opportunities for drivers to open their own business. Uber’s success lies precisely in the innovative business model that has been so well designed that revolutionized the market.
Innovation can be successfully applied by distribution companies. Success can be influenced even by the software solution used for managing the entire distribution process.