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Blockchain has the potential to transform supply chains.
Order management ought to be the first candidate for streamlining and automation of business processes. So why is that task still stuck in another century?
Digital technology has come to the supply chain, and the procurement function must take note.
In the era of the Internet of Things, we're playing catch-up with the huge volume of data that the phenomenon is generating.
Can the cloud protect us from cyber attacks? Or does it just make us more vulnerable?
The blockchain has emerged from the shadows. Now it might hold the key to transforming global supply chains.
Companies today need to cut costs, speed up fulfillment processes and manage growth. All the while providing "the perfect order."
Big data is threatening to swamp small companies.
They call it "free" trade, but the price of failing to properly manage one's imports and exports can be dangerously high.
It's enough to scare the daylights out of retailers: $1.75tr in lost revenue due to overstocks, out-of-stocks and preventable returns. Welcome to "The Ghost Economy."
Manufacturing and distribution executives love the idea of slashing inventories. But it's distribution-center managers who must deal with the consequences.
Decades after its debut, radio frequency identification technology is finally poised to realize its potential in the retail sector.
Humankind is forever striving for perfection. When it comes to the job of demand forecasting, however, perhaps we ought to be a tad less obsessive.
Will we ever get rid of those dreaded spreadsheets?
If you're a supply-chain executive, there's a good chance that the next tsunami, hurricane, flood or other disaster will take your organization by surprise. Again.