When Cupid’s Arrow Hits the Supply Chain

by: Tony Longoria, February 10, 2016

Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, and Cupid is preparing to fire his arrows all over the world. Believe it or not, Valentine’s Day is the second highest annual grossing holiday each year, just behind Christmas. Figures show that Valentine’s Day spending [...]

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4 Reasons to Integrate Order-to-Cash & Procure-to-Pay

by: Brad Huff, February 05, 2016

Mid-market companies can no longer afford to manage their supply chains in individual silos that often produce inaccuracies in overall performance and constrain supplier relationships. To combat inefficient operational models, mid-market companies need an end-to-end view of the [...]

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Seeing Both Sides of the Coin: Moving from a Siloed to a Holistic Supply Chain for Improved Supplier Relationships and Performance

by: Donna Fritz, October 06, 2015

At TAKE Supply Chain, we have a wide range of customers with a wide range of concerns. Still there are some common themes that continue to surface. Namely, (1) the need for visibility into the right things at the right time, the ability to understand and react to the impact of [...]

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Video Blog: Collaboration for the Value Oriented Supply Chain

by: Brad Huff, July 16, 2015

TAKE Supply Chain EVP & General Manager Brad Huff discusses moving from a tactical to a value oriented supply chain…and what can be the results for companies that don’t make the shift. Transitioning a traditional supply chain to a more value-oriented is a [...]

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You Shouldn’t “Cross” Supply Chain Data Streams, but you Should Standardize Them

by: Anil Kodali, June 24, 2015

As companies have moved to make more and more supply chain and purchasing activity digital, the data formats utilized to share that digital information have multiplied in kind. The advent of multiple format options brings flexibility and the power of choice, but can also lead to [...]

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