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Jim TaylorAbout Jim TaylorVice President, Information Technology

As an expert in information technology management with an emphasis on TMS and WMS solutions, Jim Taylor leads our company’s technology team. Through his stellar career, Jim has held key management positions with Ryder Supply Chain Solutions, Total Logistic Control, ABX Logistics and DHL/Exel, providing senior leadership in the development of technology-based solutions for clients of all sizes and shapes. Jim knows the importance of hard work and sacrifice, as he joined the United States Marine Corps, eventually becoming Captain after acquiring a degree in International Affairs from the University of Nebraska. Jim is a family man, first and foremost, and enjoys spending time on the lake with his wife and two kids.

Posts by Jim Taylor…
Smarter Digital Supply Chain blog

Think your digital supply chain is smart? Here’s how to make it smarter.

TechTarget says the foundation of the digital supply chain “is built on Web-enabled capabilities,” as opposed to the industry’s more-common model that functions with a mix of paper-based and IT-enabled tools and processes. In “The Essential Guide to Supply Chain … Read more

Think-Digital-blog

What’s Keeping You from Growing at the Pace You Want? Think Digital.

Recent reports from multiple sources indicate that the digitalization of supply chain processes could potentially generate trillions of dollars in optimization savings and increased income across the business landscape in the next decade.… Read more

Global Supply Chain

Technology in 2017 and Beyond: What About the Supply Chain?

Next-generation security. Augmented and virtual reality. Cognitive systems. The Internet of Things (IoT).

Shouldn’t supply chain technology be included in this discussion of business priorities and IT initiatives?

Here are some thoughts to consider:

Whether it’s Big Data and analyticsRead more

Leveraging Transportation Management Systems for Supply Chain Visibility

The supply chain is inherently complex and requires multiple checkpoints to monitor goods at various stages throughout the process. For instance, a manufacturer has raw material, work in process (WIP) and finished goods that reside in their domain. During transportation, … Read more