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 can’t expect to play Amazon’s game and win. But that doesn’t mean they can’t find success in an omnichannel world.
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.
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.
China's Singles Day will provide a barometer of omnichannel readiness in 2015, and how prepared retailers are to enter into a new year.
Explore how the denim supply chain delivers in our #JourneyOfJeans infographic.
A solid understanding of the cost to serve is critical to success as manufacturers continue to seek new business around the globe.
Consumer packaged goods companies face challenges in managing services, inventories, and transportation costs.
With the crucial holiday season approaching, retailers have one thing on their minds: the threat of out-of-stock inventory.
To win an award like a Nobel Prize for Supply Chain, the supply chain would need to be sustainable, ethical, transparent, secure, fair, and inclusive.
Visibility across the entire supply chain is a big step toward delivering that farm to table experience customers demand.
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