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What impact will it actually have on individual industries and the global supply chain?
One of the big takeaways from the CSCMP conference is that the supply chain relies more than ever on technology, innovation, and people.
The relationship between a buyer and a seller in the direct supply chain is a delicate balance.
Technology is reshaping industries like manufacturing and the way business gets done.
Big data and the Internet of Things are expected to deliver significant benefits for supply chains.
Reading might seem like a luxury sometimes, but ideas and innovation can come from a variety of inspiring sources.
In the digital economy, concepts like 'competition' and 'collaboration' are changing.
Gartner analyst Mike Burkett at the Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference this week in London challenged businesses to find new ways to innovate.
To bring its products to new markets, Deckers needed a better handle on its operations.
Lenovo is sourcing from and selling into more countries across the world, stretching its global supply chain while also ballooning its complexity.
As a pharmaceutical company, patient safety is AbbVie’s primary concern.
The opportunity to sell coffee – or any other item or service – in China and other emerging regions, comes with massive risk.
Production facilities are popping up in the most remote parts of the globe.
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