Simply lowering operational costs isn't enough. The supply chain must play a greater role in directly serving the customer.
Increased interaction with customers poses significant opportunities as well as pitfalls for manufacturers.
This toolkit explores the critical question: how will businesses cope with digital transformation?
Instead of being at the mercy of technology disruptions, retailers need to learn to harness and deploy them.
Bridges is an event where industry leaders from retail, manufacturing, logistics, and finance confront supply chain challenges.
Here are highlights of five of the most talked about trends in supply chain right now.
If digital transformation is only applied to one single organization within a business network, it will fall short.
Inward-facing supply chains will have trouble in an increasingly globalized world. Today, global trade is all about the network.
This infographic explores the gap between the state of digital transformation today and what executives expect just five years from now.
Opportunities for growth in China also bring supply chain risks and challenges for auto manufacturers.
Retailers are focusing on three major supply chain initiatives to create a more sustainable fashion future.
Specialty chemical manufacturers are changing the way they operate their supply chain for better network orchestration and profitable demand fulfillment.
The analysts at RSR Research summarized the supply chain challenges and opportunities that retailers are facing in 2016.
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