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.
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.
The opportunity to sell coffee – or any other item or service – in China and other emerging regions, comes with massive risk.
Retailers need to create a seamless supply chain process to successfully meet evolving consumer expectations.
A company can improve its visibility throughout the whole supply chain by improving the network connections of suppliers, factories, and trading partners.
Consumers are demanding more digital shopping services, forcing retailers industry-wide to adopt new supporting solutions at breakneck speed.
Gap is leading the way with supply chain innovation, adopting omnichannel strategies, expanding globally, and now taking on the challenge of fast fashion.
Adidas, the world´s second-largest sportswear brand, has visions of a leaner, faster, and more consumer-centric future. A future that will be built largely on the supply chain.
Today’s supply chains should have the essential elements of visibility, collaboration, and resilience.
The worst scenario a retailer can face is an out-of-stock situation, particularly during crucial holiday and limited life seasons.
With Prime Day, Amazon tested its ability to get the right inventory levels as well as manage traffic volume on the website itself.
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