This report captures survey results from 5,000 global respondents around their experience with out-of-stock inventory.More
What we’re seeing is an evolution of traditional Black Friday. Every retailer has to identify the supply chain strategy that works for them.
Retailers understand that consumers don’t care about channels, but need infrastructure to support a seamless omnichannel experience.
Retailers can’t expect to play Amazon’s game and win. But that doesn’t mean they can’t find success in an omnichannel world.
Retailers are shaking up the holiday shopping season by doing what was once unthinkable - closing their doors on Black Friday.
Stephen Szilagyi, Chief Supply Chain Officer at Lowe’s Companies, Inc., spoke on his view of supply chain challenges.
The dynamics of supply chain finance have changed. Supply chains have to be fast, agile, and more data-centric.
The dynamics behind global trade have changed our traditional notions of import logistics and export logistics.
Retailers need supply chain agility and innovation if they want to stand the test of time and compete with fast fashion brands.
Many industries face a growing wave of laws around traceability, transparency, and responsibility in the global supply chain.
Amazon’s innovative new services, Prime Now and Flex, show us what it’s like to build supply chains around customer centricity.
China's Singles Day will provide a barometer of omnichannel readiness in 2015, and how prepared retailers are to enter into a new year.
How internal ERP and external cloud supply chain systems can work as one.
Explore how the denim supply chain delivers in our #JourneyOfJeans infographic.
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