Dan Doles, President and Chief Executive Officer, Mojix

Mojix is a leading software provider of ITEM LEVEL intelligence solutions to the retail and industrial markets

Our primary focus is the digitization and automation of supply chains in real time using technology designed to solve the big data problems created by collecting large-scale amounts of data from various wireless and wired sources.

Mojix item chain management solutions provide big data scalability and feature highly configurable application frameworks and elegant user interfaces with advanced analytics, enabling end-to-end operational intelligence and data visibility across multiple industries.

Mojix works closely with leading RFID systems integration and solutions providers including hardware, software, tags and related services, to enable comprehensive solutions that meet the specific needs of individual companies.

Dan Doles, President and Chief Executive Officer, Mojix

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Re-defining RFID

Headquartered in Los Angeles, California, Mojix was founded in 2004 by some of the world’s foremost experts in advanced signal processing technology perfected for deep space communications. The company’s original mission was to leverage this technology to create a new generation of game-changing RFID systems that realize the vast potential and expand the utility of RFID throughout supply chains and enterprises.

In re-defining RFID, Mojix enabled organizations to re-invent and derive new levels of value from their supply chain management systems.

Item Level Intelligence for Retail in Industries

Today, Mojix has transformed into a leading software provider of ITEM LEVEL intelligence solutions to the retail and industrial markets.

With deep domain experience in IoT solutions combined with a product range to meet the demands of the high growth enterprise operational intelligence (OI) software market, Mojix helps businesses around the globe manage their inventory and assets more effectively by converting real-time streaming data is actionable business intelligence.

Delivering Value with IoT in Logistics

IoT in Logistics and Supply Chain Management From our home appliances to our office machines, from self-driving cars to smart thermostats and security systems, the internet of things (IoT) is taking over as a force for convenience in our collective reality. Intel predicts that by 2020, there will be more than 200 billion connected devices – and that might be a conservative estimate. In logistics and supply chain management, IoT has been a catalyst for significant change, providing access to data that has transformed the way companies do just about everything. Connected IoT objects collect data and share it with various stakeholders and systems via the internet. This delivers incredible value to an organization as the data is accurate and distributed in real-time, enabling timely decisions and giving managers the ability to address situations as they are happening or even prevent them from happening in the first place. This article is written by Jim Donaldson. Jim is the Sr. Director of Corporate Communications at Mojix, Inc.

RFID and the Marijuana Industry

RFID in the Legal Marijuana Industry Supply Chain The legalization of marijuana in 10 states and the District of Columbia in the US has placed the business of cannabis among the ranks of other legitimate industries, each with a need for efficiency in tracking their assets. RFID tracking supports these efforts, helping stakeholders at every point in the cannabis supply chain remain compliant with state and federal regulations while providing the best possible service for their customers. Sometimes, these needs include being able to trace the source or origin of a product. Using RFID technology, it is possible to trace each plant, all the way from its seedling state until it is delivered into the consumer’s hands.

Technology in The Retail Supply Chain?

Leveraging Technology in the Retail Supply Chain Technology has disrupted pretty much every aspect of industry. From IoT sensors to omnichannel communications platforms, doing what we do is becoming more efficient, more predictable, and more cost-effective from end-to-end. In the supply chain, technology has maximized value at every level. Technology delivers crucial data, provides crucial business insights, and tracks items from the factory floor right to the consumer’s door. It helps decision-makers act quickly when needed and reduces waste, creating an environment that is as efficient and cost-effective as it is friendly. Most important of all, however, is the fact that the supply chain is no longer simply a means to an end. Whereas in the past, it represented the channels by which companies accomplished their most basic tasks—receiving goods, sourcing raw materials and components, shipping out the finished product—it is now a driver of growth, the basis for new business models and a foundation for amazing customer experiences. So, let’s look at some of the ways the supply chain has been transformed by technology and what technology, specifically, is at the heart of these transformations.

IoT in Manufacturing

Improving Productivity and the Bottom Line In the manufacturing sector – arguably more than any other – there is a need to understand how machines perform. Having access to this data allows manufacturing companies to better predict events that could affect production, but it also gives invaluable insight into assets at every stage of the supply chain. With the ability to monitor IoT data anywhere from a mobile device, crucial actions can be implemented quickly to prevent downtime or avert a range of problems. However, it isn’t just about managing machines at the factory level. Many manufacturing executives agree that IoT is opening up new lines of business and enabling the development of new products.

The IoT Revolution in Supply Chain Management

Is IoT technology today’s Darwinian moment? IoT represents the current revolution in supply chain management (SCM). As more and more of our assets now have the ability to communicate with one another and share data, the SCM process continues to gain efficiencies from end-to-end. No matter what industry we are talking about, experts can all agree: in terms of what is known as the “Fourth Industrial Revolution”, we are only at the beginning. In addition to cutting costs, IoT supports better control of all processes within the supply chain, delivering transparency and value in every aspect of your business. Companies of all kinds have responded enthusiastically to new SCM technologies, investing heavily in IoT, AI, and machine learning platforms to the point that these methods have established themselves as the new standard for doing business in today’s global marketplace. In other words – keep up or risk being left behind.

Sven Jürgens
Sven Jürgens
Managing Director
Schortens, Germany
Jim Donaldson
Jim Donaldson
Sr. Director of Corporate Communications
Los Angeles, USA
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