Success Story: Carlos Castro

Carlos Castro  has more than 20 years of experience working in executive positions in first line multinational companies such as Saint Gobain, Unilever, Cadbury, and Kraft/Mondelez. He has led global… Read More

Success Story: Robert Sabath

Zintro expert Robert Sabath is a senior supply chain and marketing specialist. He helps companies find effective ways to reduce costs while growing revenues by recognizing how sales and operations… Read More

Success Story: William Walker

William Walker is an acknowledged expert in International Standards (ISO). He has been a Register Lead Auditor over 16 years and has approved for Registration over 400 companies in 20… Read More

Ride Sharing Applications Help During Subway Strike

San Francisco Bay Area’s recent subway system strike negatively affected hundreds of thousands of passengers, which encouraged heavy usage of ride sharing apps such as Lyft, Sidecar and Uber. These… Read More

Scandal At Tiffany’s: Employee Charged With Stealing $1.3 Million In Jewelry

During a company-wide inventory review, Tiffany & Co. discovered $1.3 million in jewelry had disappeared. While company spokespeople are refusing to comment at this time, the FBI has charged former… Read More

Lab-Grown Leather: What Will PETA Think?

Instead of using tissue engineering for medical purposes, one company is using the technology to generate lab-grown leather and eventually meat. While the meat is still years from being distributed… Read More

Jay-Z and Samsung: Will Recent Deal Impact The Music Distribution Channel?

Jay-Z’s new album titled Magna Carta Holy Grail is scheduled to hit shelves July 4. The announcement was made in a Samsung advertisement that aired June 16 during the NBA finals…. Read More

What Google Banning Facial Recognition Means For Software’s Development: Not Much

Google recently cited privacy concerns as justification for updating company policies to ban applications that use facial recognition software from their Google Glass product. As Google moves forward updating the… Read More

How Will Customers React To The New Whole Foods Practice?

Whole Foods Market, carrying thousands of certified products, which are free of genetically modified ingredients, announced its decision to implement its new practice on transparency. The upscale chain of healthy… Read More

Whole Foods Moves Toward More Transparent Retailing

Whole Foods Market, the upscale chain of natural foods, will be the first national grocery store to implement a new initiative, which will make it obligatory to label products containing… Read More

Integrating Robotics Into The Supply Chain: Part 2

As manufacturing facilities, warehouses and distribution centers have recently been integrating robotics more into their operations, there is still high demand and need for skilled workers, especially in periods of… Read More

Integrating Robotics Into The Supply Chain

After acquiring the robot manufacturer, Kiva in March for almost a billion dollars, Amazon had to take 50,000 additional temporary workers for the holiday season. Although robots help warehouse workers… Read More

Making A Start With Lean: How To Begin Improving Your Business Processes

There are many books on lean and some complicate their message with obscure Japanese terms and complex formulas. Very few books that I am aware of give a clear, simple… Read More

Cleantech in the Supply Chain

   The importance of environmental sustainability in the supply chain and its impact on small business. Many small companies are vendors to larger companies or to governments—their products and services… Read More