Globe Business Delivers Total Solutions for Supply Chain Management

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Globe Business Delivers Total Solutions for Supply Chain Management


Globe Business brings total solutions that go beyond connectivity to enterprises in the supply chain, providing them the right industry solutions that would help them achieve the revenues and efficiencies they are aiming for.At the Supply Chain Management Association of the Philippines (SCMAP) Annual Conference and Exhibit held recently at Edsa Shangri-La Manila, November Canieso-Yeo, Head of Segment Marketing of the Enterprise Segments of Globe Business, discussed the ways by which Globe Business equips enterprises for the demands of today’s highly competitive market.SCMAP is a professional organization of companies committed to improving the quality of supply chain processes and professionalizing their supply chain practitioners. Globe Business presently serves more than 90% of SCMAP member companies and understands their need to become highly effective and efficient in their processes. For enterprises that require real-time coordination such as companies that picks-up and deliver goods, Globe Business has TxtConnect, a web-based service that allows five authorized users of a company, sharing one subscription plan, to send text broadcasts from any web-connected PC within the office. The service enables volume broadcasting and real-time connectivity that put to rest the high cost of coordination for pick-up and delivery of goods and timely information dissemination to the staff. By simply sending broadcast messages to a pre-registered recipient base, who receive the message all at the same time in a span of minutes, Globe Business brings a very cost-effective solution for industry players in the supply chain. “We understand how critical it is to be a prime mover and crucial link in the Supply Chain Management. We are all not just ‘Supply Chain Management’ practitioners but links of one chain, bound by our common desire to address our customers’ needs, to make our businesses thrive, to provide more jobs, and to work together for the advancement of our country,” said Canieso-Yeo. …

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