9 Requirements for a Successful Supply Chain Collaboration Implementation

by: Anil Kodali, November 03, 2014

Supply chain collaboration implementation can be greatly aided with some simple pre-planning and preparation. In my experience, companies who neglect one or more of these areas will often run into (avoidable) challenges as a result. Ensuring these requirements are in place will help get you up and running faster and [...]

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7 Steps to Easy Supplier Onboarding

by: Anil Kodali, March 17, 2014

You can build and deploy the best supplier collaboration tool available, but if your vendors are not onboard it’s as useful as an empty warehouse. The success of your collaboration project is directly tied to supplier willingness to use the system. By taking a few simple steps to make the process easy and pain-free, [...]

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7 Key Features of Effective Supply Chain Dashboards

by: Anil Kodali, December 09, 2013

We can all get overwhelmed by the influx information, especially now, in the era of “big data.” As most of us know, the key to making data useful in a business setting is not looking at every single bit and byte, but instead, determining “KPIs” – those key performance indicators which are truly meaningful to [...]

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Finding the Balance Between Functionality and Ease of Integration

by: Anil Kodali, September 30, 2013

Automation of supply chain processes where it will improve efficiency or cost effectiveness is critical for today’s global businesses. However, as we have worked with our customers to determine how and when to roll out automation, we advise our customers that it is just as important to balance powerful functionality [...]

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