Along with IQNavigator, Fieldglass has emerged as one of the top two providers in the sector, without question.
Fieldglass Realizes Rapid Growth as More Global Companies Aim To Better Manage Services Procurement Programs -- Fieldglass, Inc., the leading technology provider for procuring and managing contingent labor and services, today announced significant growth across the company and its customer base during the first half of 2010. Since January more than 30 new companies, across several sectors including high technology, energy and natural resources, manufacturing, government, pharmaceutical, consumer goods and financial services, have selected Fieldglass to help gain more control over contingent and services spend.
If you spend the money on a supply chain visibility solution, spend the time to train people to use it.
Supply Chain Visibility -- Don't Spend Without It -- Despite investing millions in purchasing tools, manufacturers fail to fully integrate the tools or train teams on how to fully exploit their power.
Sick leave is over: Foxconn gets back to work.
Foxconn reopens Indian factory -- The iPhone manufacturer Foxconn has reopened a factory in India which was shut down temporarily when 250 workers fell sick, sending its shares up 9%. The plant in Madras (Chennai), which makes mobile phone parts, was closed last Monday after workers complained of nausea and giddiness.
Where does all the data go?
Technology Races to Meet Tide of Data -- As smartphones and video streaming double the crunch of data carried over mobile networks each year, big advances in optical transport, data filtering and networking are keeping the Internet from collapsing under its own weight.