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Digital Marketing for the Supply Chain & Logistics Industries

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MelBrandle
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Yellow Pages
MelBrandle   1/28/2019 11:23:59 PM
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In the good old days, it would have impossible to suss out a potential client unless you had contacts. Thank God for these storage databases worth a million to sales departments nowadays huh?

michaelmaloney
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Moving towards change
michaelmaloney   1/25/2019 2:38:24 AM
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An increasing number of businesses today are gradually seeping into a fully digitalized method of running their operations. Though the process could take a while to be fully implemented, it is rather necessary to stay on par with technological advances. Without progress in this sector, it could mean not having enough resources to meet current demand.



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