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When Brexit finally takes place, what’s the worst thing that can happen to the supply chain?


19 May 2017

FLT warehouse

No one can predict the future but Mark Wilkinson Indigo's Supply Chain Consultancy Manager looks at what changes in the supply chain are inevitable when Brexit happens.

  • Is your warehouse costing you money?

    01 May 2017

    We asked warehouse managers about the ROI they have or will receive following their implementation of Indigo WMS. We're pleased to bring you these handy savings statistics.

  • How can IT help resolve the key issues in demand management?

    10 April 2017

    Expert Q&A on the challenges and current trends associated with demand management and forecasting, with Eric Carter, Solutions Architect at Indigo

  • Changing supply and demand for warehouse workers strengthens WMS business case

    03 April 2017

    The number of individuals working in warehouses has risen sharply, especially among pickers, packers and general warehouse operatives. A variety of other factors have pushed the cost of running a warehouse up, which increases the potential returns to be had from introducing a WMS. Three examples highlight how different manu...

  • How can warehouse simplification support business growth and efficiency goals?

    20 March 2017

    Why is it that in spite of implementing warehouse management software, some companies continue to experience less than optimal operational performance and data visibility? Indigo’s Consultancy Manager, Mark Wilkinson, explains some of the common root causes and the importance of business process simplification.

  • Rural areas benefit from ‘Uberisation’ of e-commerce supply chain

    08 February 2017

    Many entrepreneurs are taking advantage of the consumer demand explosion through e-commerce and small-scale road hauliers have sprung up everywhere to take advantage of the opportunity. In this blog post Mike Hill, CEO of Indigo Software, takes us through why rural areas benefit from 'uberisation' of the e-commerce supply ...