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 margins. Economic instability, an increase [...]

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Video Blog: Moving from Manual to Automated P2P Processes

by: David Riffel, April 29, 2015

Many mid-market companies are interested in supply chain improvements, realizing that the supply chain is crucial to success of the business, but have concerns about the potential cost or disruption of implementing an automated P2P process. Many of these concerns are centered around having to spend a lot of time and [...]

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Why Most Supply Chains Need an Upgrade and What to Look for in a Solution

by: Vince Spadafora, January 19, 2015

For mid-market companies still using manual supply chains, especially in Procurement/AP operations, now is a fantastic time to consider automating these time-consuming and error-prone practices. Supply Chains Will Experience a Dramatic Shift For example, a recent Deloitte study, “Charting the course: Why procurement [...]

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4 Corporate Initiatives that Need a Supply Chain Boost

by: Godfrey Huguley, November 18, 2014

Tying your supply chain improvement project to corporate initiatives can help make your project a priority as well, ensuring you get the resources you [...]

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The Future of Global Procurement is Better Operations and Supplier Management

by: Vince Spadafora, September 22, 2014

I recently had the opportunity to participate in a panel webinar (the replay is available to watch if you missed it) hosted by Supply and Demand Chain Executive on the future of global procurement. It was really interesting to hear from the attendees in the answers to the poll questions asked during the webinar. [...]

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