The 5 Promises of Demand Planning: Does Your Current Software Solution Deliver?

by: Joe Harris, September 21, 2017

Some say intuition has no place in business. Yet, you need to be able to sense market trends if you want to proactively move from a reactive operating model into a more opportunistic stance. This is why Demand Planning – or business forecasting – is essential to the survival [...]

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Warehouse Automation May Not Automatically Resolve Data Issues…However This Can

by: Gomathy Puliyadi, August 02, 2017

With all the mobile devices, barcode scanners, sensors and other computing technologies online today, warehouse managers should have complete visibility into what is happening within their four walls at all times. But they don’t. Access to operational data is supposed to be [...]

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Will Your Supply Chain Sink or Swim in the Digital Age?

by: Steve Rice, June 15, 2017

Technology research firm Gartner, Inc. recently noted a new trend towards supply chain “protectionism,” presumably due to the extraordinary combination of external forces proving capable of disrupting once-optimized processes and, therefore, destroying once-healthy profit [...]

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6 Ways to “Refresh” Your Supply Chain Operations: Part III

by: Steve Rice, April 28, 2016

In our last installment of the Spring Cleaning Series, we want to focus on strategies you can implement in the present that will help you time and time again going forward. 5. Refocus on the Customer Experience Delighting the customer should be every organization’s goal, and [...]

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6 Ways to “Refresh” Your Supply Chain Operations: Part II

by: Steve Rice, April 28, 2016

Once your company completes initial benchmarking initiatives and identifies key pain points in your supply chain manual processes, it’s time to move ahead and alleviate them. In most cases, however, that is no easy task, especially if you are an emerging company. Trying to [...]

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