Introducing the Tive Blog

Rob Stevens
Rob Stevens

We're excited to share our brand-new blog. As our first post, I’d like to give some background on the company and why we’ve started this blog.  As you probably already know, Tive is a startup focused on helping companies see their supply chains in a more comprehensive way.

We believe that the combination of low-power always-connected sensors and cloud software is going to have a dramatic impact on how companies manage their suppliers, their logistics, and their manufacturing processes. And I think it’s safe to say we’re not alone in that belief. 

In this blog we’re going to share some of our observations about how these changes are happening, explore some of the drivers causing the shift, and give examples of how companies are taking advantage of these new technologies. And of course we’ll also share news and updates about Tive along the way. 

If you’re a logistics manager responsible for ensuring safe and timely arrival of goods, a supply chain executive looking for ways to reduce risk and improve performance of shipping, or a manufacturing operations executive looking for ways to reduce manufacturing disruptions and safety stock, we hope you find something helpful here.

We also welcome any comments or suggestions, so please feel free to contact us and get in touch. 

- The Tive Team

Topics: Tive



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