Business leaders need to identify evidence of success around blockchain and IoT in order to determine use cases that make sense.
Robots, self-driving vehicles, electric trucks, blockchain, IoT, and new mobile-enabled categories will make 2018 a year of heavy supply chain innovation.
Having better data, all in one place, can help shippers and carriers navigate the pains of negotiating transportation contracts.
Normalizing your data, automating carrier contracting, and having intelligent what-if analyses will help you win at contracting season.
The evolving shopping season and the growth of ecommerce place significant strains on supply chains and the ability for retailers to meet demand.
Communication tools like Slack are transforming the way trading partners communicate and collaborate across the supply chain.
Supply chain technology significantly lowers the cost of logistics by helping commodity shippers communicate accurate delivery and shipment information.
Digital technology is transforming the supply chain and positioning 3PLs to connect new business models with real-world results.
When it comes to purchasing supply chain software, all of the stakeholders involved need to negotiate and compromise to reach an optimal solution.
Abandoned factories are the result of major problems in the automotive supply chain and continue to haunt automakers.
Communication and collaboration are key skills that professionals need in order to manage the supply chain of the future and the technology driving it.
The digital supply chain transformation maturity model can help companies measure progress and drive meaningful change.
Retailers are using technology to optimize fundamental operations to power the personalized supply chain.
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