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One door closes, a better one opens

The sense of resolve out there seems at first counterintuitive, given the holding pattern of weak demand and continued uncertainty, even after COVID. Inflation, China de-risking, the brutality of…

What really works in the digital supply chain?

In 2014, SAP Business Consulting conducted its initial study to understand companies’ visions for digital supply chain management. A lot has changed since then.

Supply chain network design for success

Accurate modeling of a company’s supply chain network provides insights into optimal production, storage locations, and raw materials supply network strategy. The modeling process can last from…

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Supply Chain 3.0: The power of connected data

Wednesday, July 10, 2024 · Brian Straight
Discover how evolving to Supply Chain 3.0 with logistics-AI can eliminate overpayments, enhance spend visibility, and boost productivity by 50% while saving 6% in transportation costs.
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One door closes, a better one opens

Friday, July 5, 2024 · Suketu Gandhi, Rupal Deshmukh, Gillis Jonk, and Sachin Narang
The sense of resolve out there seems at first counterintuitive, given the holding pattern of weak demand and continued uncertainty, even after COVID. Inflation, China de-risking, the brutality of Ukraine and Gaza, attacks on Suez shipping, Panama Canal drought, hacked data and…
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What really works in the digital supply chain?

Friday, July 5, 2024 · Dr. Joerg Wilke, Dr. Andre Brunner, Dr. Kai Hoberg, and Rod Franklin
In 2014, SAP Business Consulting conducted its initial study to understand companies’ visions for digital supply chain management. A lot has changed since then.
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Supply chain network design for success

Friday, July 5, 2024 · Marianna Vydrevich and Nari Viswanathan
Accurate modeling of a company’s supply chain network provides insights into optimal production, storage locations, and raw materials supply network strategy. The modeling process can last from one day to several months, and the supply network design team might run hundreds…
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AI liftoff delayed?

Friday, July 5, 2024 · Brian Straight
Artificial intelligence is everywhere these days. But what if it isn’t? I would guess that at least 50%, and probably closer to 70%, of the article pitches I receive these days involve AI. Most conversations I’ve had at conferences this year have at least touched on AI and…

Decision Intelligence and Causal AI are transforming the future of manufacturing

Wednesday, June 26, 2024 · Travis Wolf and Carl B. March
Decision Intelligence and Causal AI are underpinning a shift in the manufacturing industry, rapidly painting the future canvas of modern manufacturing.

Procter & Gamble’s Amy Rardin announced as NexGen Supply Chain keynote speaker

Tuesday, June 25, 2024 · Brian Straight
Amy Rardin has proven successful at finding innovative solutions that lead to supply chain wins at Procter & Gamble. She will share some of that knowledge with the NextGen Supply Chain Conference audience in her keynote address.

Building the ‘Procurement Intelligence Team’

Thursday, June 20, 2024 · Brian Straight
Tealbook founder Stephany LaPierre explains why a ‘data brain’ is needed to collect and analyze the necessary data for efficient procurement operations.

Did your AI project fail because of the wrong AI?

Monday, June 17, 2024 · Norman Katz
AI is a piece of software that is not just one thing: it is a technology tool to do a job. Selecting the right software, and at the right point of the business process, is the key to getting software projects done and done correctly.

Dell is creating an inclusive workforce thanks to LISA

Friday, June 14, 2024 · Brian Straight
Using AI, Dell has created a tool that allows deaf or hard-of-hearing employees to engage with company services without the need for a sign language interpreter.

Procurement control tower: Proof of concept through machine learning and natural language processing

Wednesday, June 12, 2024 · Bishwajit Kumar and Pablo Barros Gomez
Implementing a procurement control tower provides advanced insights to the sponsor company, bringing end-to-end visibility, enhanced exception management, improved decision-making, improved risk management, cost savings, and more, an MIT CTL capstone research project found.

The VC tourists have left the building

Monday, June 10, 2024 · Brian Straight
The Covid pandemic drove interest in supply chain investment, but many of the firms that invested didn’t have much expertise in the space, and those outside investors have slowly disappeared.

Is AI ready for takeoff? Analysis finds only 11% of firms have gone beyond pilots

Thursday, June 6, 2024 · Brian Straight
While AI talk is dominating boardrooms, an analysis by Zero100 found that only 11% of companies have moved past the pilot stage with artificial intelligence projects.

Value chains need rewiring. Are manufacturers up to the task?

Wednesday, June 5, 2024 · Brian Straight
While strategic intent to rewire global value chains is there, many manufacturers are falling short, focusing on incremental change that will not be enough to remain competitive, a new report says.

6 Questions With … Devadas Pattathil

Tuesday, May 28, 2024 · Brian Straight
Devadas Pattathil helped launch Walmart’s online grocery business. In his career, he has seen a lot of change in the supply chain, and now he is seeking to drive that change with his omnichannel tech firm Nextuple.
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