Category: Supply Chain Technology

Major Announcement in the Industrial Internet of Things Technology Market Segment

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides insights on a major announcement made in conjunction with PTC’s Liveworx 2018 technology conference held in Boston this week. This announcement has strategic implications in the Industrial Internet of Things technology market in the months to come.

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Orchestrating Digitally Enabled Response Networks- A Case Study Example

Through our outreach channel of Supply Chain Matters, The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group announces the release of a new June 2018 Research Advisory Report: Orchestrating Digitally Enabled Response Network Capabilities in Retail Telecom Customer Fulfillment- A Case Study Example.

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A Rather Noteworthy Week for Enterprise Software Technology- Part Two

Supply Chain Matters highlights a noteworthy week for enterprise software technology as two of the major enterprise software providers, SAP, and Oracle are fixated on helping to accelerate existing licensed software customers to migrate to more advanced and flexible Cloud-based software suites. In the second of a two-part series, Supply Chain Matters provides highlights and insights of the Oracle Soar announcement this week.

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A Rather Noteworthy Week for Enterprise Software Technology- Part One

Supply Chain Matters highlights a noteworthy week for enterprise software technology as two of the major enterprise software providers, SAP, and Oracle are fixated on helping to accelerate existing licensed software customers to migrate to more advanced and flexible Cloud-based software suites. The timing of messaging is beyond accidental, strategies and approaches are different, and the battle lines are growing more pronounced.

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Initial Postscript to U.S. Steel and Aluminum Tariff Action

The Trump Administration’s decision to move ahead with imposing tariffs on imported steel and aluminum from Europe, Canada and Mexico has resulted in a lot of discourse, much of which was not complimentary to the decision, and further amplifies the broader multi-industry supply chain impacts.

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FDA Weighs In On Recent E.Coli Outbreak Involving Romaine Lettuce

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has indicated that it cannot pinpoint the exact source of the recent E.coli contamination outbreak, nor what caused it. Needless, to state, this development is yet another wake-up call for food-based supply chain networks to increase efforts in product traceability and visibility, but that implies a significant change management challenge.

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General Electric’s Announced Transportation Unit Merger Brings Added IoT Connected Equipment Opportunity

Supply Chain Matters highlights the announcement by General Electric indicating that it will merge its locomotive focused transportation business with Wabtec Corp. For us, the opportunity is focused on potential impacts and/or added opportunities related to GE’s ongoing Industrial Internet and Connected Things strategies.

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