Derek Singleton Info
Derek Singleton graduated from Occidental College in Los Angeles, CA with a BA in Political Science. Shortly after graduating, he began writing for the Software Advice blog as an ERP Market Analyst. He covers the distribution, manufacturing and supply chain software markets with special attention paid to the business benefits of information technology.
He particularly enjoys writing about the relevance of technology to sustainability and greening efforts. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and followed on Twitter @ERPAdvice.
28/03/2013 How Data Analytics and the Industrial Internet Can Improve Manufacturing
There’s a new term that’s starting to pop up in the manufacturing technology industry: the Industrial Internet
23/05/2012 Website Elements That Help Manufacturers Generate Leads
The Thomas Industrial Network recently found that 90 percent of industrial buyers research and evaluate their purchases online. This presents manufacturers with an opportunity to supplement traditional marketing efforts with online lead generation.
20/04/2012 Alternative Distribution May Alleviate the Food Desert Problem
The New York Times recently published a piece questioning the link between obesity and healthy food access.
21/03/2012 U.S. Food Distribution Should Adopt A Regional Approach
I've been covering theDerek Singleton food distribution market over at Software Advice for the last year, and one thing that's perplexed me is the insistence of U.S. food distributors to stick to a centralized approach to distribution.
12/01/2012 Value-Added Distribution Services That Strengthen Customer Relations
Distributors always have a host of pressures to contend with. For instance, the industry is constantly grappling with fierce competition and rising fuel prices. Under these conditions, it’s becoming more important than ever to maintain customer relationships
17/12/2011 How Fulfillment Companies Can Capitalize on eCommerce
The ecommerce market is exploding across the world. In the US, the market is valued at £128 billion while in the UK it is valued right around £44 billion.
09/09/2011 Three Ways to Enhance the Logistics Operations of the Organic Food Industry
Our food supply is more of the most important supply chains that functions in the world's economy