Organizing your data and implementing the right supply chain software are key to thriving in the age of artificial intelligence.
The consumer products supply chain is transforming in order to meet consumer needs and protect margins.
Today's supply chains need a new architecture to keep up with customer demand: the commerce network.
In the age of ambient commerce, retailers need to leverage the supply chain if they want to provide customers with the shopping experiences they demand.
Leveraging machine learning and networked technology can help companies provide more personalized products and services to consumers.
Retailers need to embrace the notion of temporary labor and stores in order to better manage inventory and keep up with the ever changing world of retail.
Retailers and manufacturers are leveraging new technology and repositioning their supply chains to create compelling customers experiences.
From reducing transportation costs, to in-transit inventory, to making better commitments to customers, visibility solves major supply chain problems.
Technologies like AR, VR, 3D printing, and additive manufacturing will have a significant impact on supply chains in 2018.
Supply chain technology significantly lowers the cost of logistics by helping commodity shippers communicate accurate delivery and shipment information.
Retailers are using technology to optimize fundamental operations to power the personalized supply chain.
Companies need to talk in straightforward terms about the difference supply chains make in people's lives, rather than using complicated terminology.
CEVA Logistics relies on supply chain control towers for enhanced visibility and actionable data to dive customer success.
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