Fiat Chrysler Automobiles is making an all-out push to clear away tens of thousands of vehicles that its dealers haven’t ordered, adding to tensions over a new data-driven production strategy that can lead to swelling inventory.
The move is the latest example of the declining importance of Jet, a business Walmart paid $3.3 billion to acquire in 2016 to reach urban millennials and gain the services of co-founder Marc Lore, who has taken over Walmart’s U.S. e-commerce operations.
Erie St. Claire Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), a provider of home healthcare in Ontario, transforms an inefficient, paper-based purchasing and delivery system with the help of Transform Shared Services Organization (SSO).
One might assume that a manufacturer that is vertically integrated — with direct control over delivery routes and the customer purchase experience — would have no trouble devising a workable demand plan. If only that were the case.
While most business leaders want to avoid a no-deal departure, continued uncertainty is not much better. With the cliff edge looming, and the prospect of another one in three months if the EU grants Parliament’s request for a further delay, collateral damage is mounting.