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By Michael ten Hompel, Jakob Rehof, Oliver Wolf

This edited monograph brings jointly learn papers protecting the state-of-the-art in cloud computing for logistics. The e-book contains basic enterprise item versions for intralogistics in addition to straightforward tools for logistics enterprise technique layout. It additionally provides a normal template for logistics functions from the cloud. the objective viewers basically contains researchers and specialists within the box, however the booklet may also be priceless for graduate students.

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Wolf and J. Rahn 2 The New Standard In many places the use of cloud computing is now viewed as a matter of course and no further discussion is needed. For a few years this topic was still considered to be a future trend and although it was the cause of heated discussions it was almost never viewed as relevant for the policy of a company. 6 billion euro in 2013. A growth of around 50 % has been forecasted for 2014. 3 billion. euro). 1 billion euro in 2016. This is according to a report by the high-tech association BITKOM based on current forecasts by the Experton Group.

Logata aims at providing a broad high-quality offering. This means, like in a shopping mall, a balanced portfolio of products and competing suppliers. To guarantee high quality suppliers and their products are certified. The focus is on suppliers of logistics IT applications and of business process support. Hence, the Logistics Mall provides a rich portfolio of services for suppliers to appear as an attractive sales and distribution channel. That includes CRM functionality for offerings and follow-ups of such offers, Infrastructure-as-a-Service, help desk and 1st level support and last but not least billing support for suppliers towards their customers.

Companies from the information and telecommunications and finance sectors were the most willing to adapt cloud computing. This group was followed closely by the transportation and logistics, chemical and pharmaceutical, automotive engineering, mechanical and plant engineering, and commerce sectors. Some of the reasons for the positive attitudes of many companies towards cloud computing are lower IT administration costs, shorter implementation times for new applications and solutions, rapid scalability of IT services, improved mobility and geographically distributed access to IT resources, lower IT costs, increased organizational flexibility, improved performance and availability, and a higher capacity for innovation.

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