Category: Supply Chain Technology

Noteworthy Announcement from JD.com- Supporting Domestic China Parcel Delivery

Chinese online commerce provider JD.com made what Supply Chain Matters views as a noteworthy announcement, namely that the E-commerce provider will leverage its own deployed logistics capabilities to offer parcel delivery services across select areas of China to a broader population of consumers and businesses.

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The Rebranding of APICS- What is This All About?

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides a perspective commentary regarding this week’s announcement of the rebranding of the APICS professional education organization to the Association for Supply Management (ASCM).

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Oracle’s Upcoming OpenWorld- A Check-In on Autonomous Transaction Processing

In mid-October, Oracle will be conducting its annual OpenWorld customer conference, and one sure topic to be premiered will be Oracle Autonomous Transaction Processing. Supply chain focused IT support teams, and indeed, supply chain functional teams should stay abreast of this technology.

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Digital Platforms and Disruption Innovation Respond to Increased Supply Chain Alignment Needs

An ageless tenet of responsive supply chain management is in efforts to overcome frequent imbalances in either fulfilling customer demand or supply network response. New advanced technology-enabled capabilities are now being introduced to provide various businesses augmented tools and capabilities to overcome and more quickly mitigate information and decision-making needs related to customer demand and supply network response limitations.

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Introducing OpenText Business Network as a Sponsor of the Supply Chain Matters Blog

The Supply Chain Matters blog is pleased to announce to our global-based readership audience that OpenText and the OpenText Business Network will be our newest Sustained sponsor of this independent thought leadership blog in 2018/2019.

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Another Wake-Up to Active Supply Chain Wide Cybersecurity

Last week, a major global factory and equipment control systems provider warned of potential malware infected USB drives, potentially infected within a third-party supplier’s documentation imaging process. Although the malware was well known and can be mitigated, the development is yet another reminder of the comprehensive threats of supply chain wide vulnerability to cyberattacks.

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