Have you ever played a game of Tetris? Who hasn’t? The classic Russian puzzle involves arranging falling block formations to complete rows, which vanish once they fill from end to end with no gaps. Once you leave so many gaps that the blocks stack up and overflow, it’s game over. Figuring out how to organize a restaurant freezer can seem a lot like a game of Tetris—but there’s no Tchaikovsky playing in the background. When you lose a game of Restaurant Freezer Tetris, that means a waste of your resources, which the margins inherent to the food service industry...Read More
E-commerce isn’t completely electronic. Even when buying and selling online, tangible goods have to get from Point A to Point B in one piece. The real-life logistics behind the virtual marketplace can be a hurried, rough-and-tumble process, and to the control freaks among us, it’s one that’s largely and frustratingly out of our hands. Though you can’t personally deliver packages to doorsteps from Walla Walla, Washington, to Happy Valley Goose Bay, Newfoundland, and everywhere in between, what you can do is give your goods the best shot of arriving as intended with optimal packaging and sealing strategies. Here are some...Read More
The truth that a stitch in time saves nine goes beyond mending fabrics. This principle undergirds the importance of screening tests in healthcare. Medical screenings allow healthcare professionals to preemptively detect issues such as hypertension, high cholesterol, liver damage, and many forms of cancer. These conditions may exist before signs and symptoms begin to manifest themselves, at which point treatment can be more difficult, if not too late altogether. Health screenings are critical to doctors and patients alike, which is why an efficient organization system for those screenings is equally critical. In today’s post, we’ll examine how to improve medical...Read More
Inventory is an essential part of any business, and there are various ways to manage it. Some industries might benefit by using FIFO while others might be better off with LIFO. Any business would be well advised to understand the difference between FIFO and LIFO inventory management and determine which method works best for them. FIFO The first kind of inventory method is known as FIFO, which means first in, first out. This method’s primary benefits are that it’s incredibly easy to implement and allows for fewer errors. While many businesses might try to get rid of older products first,...Read More
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