Category: Supply Chain Transformation

Highlights of SAP Ariba’s Annual Customer Conference

This week, SAP Ariba is conducting its annual SAP Ariba Live customer conference One of this conference’s key messaging themes of this year’s session is a perspective of how this technology provider views the future of procurement, and how B2B Business Network capability can be affordably offered to up and coming mid-market companies.

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U.S. Manufacturing and Supply Chain Activity Reaches 14 Year High: Once Again-Warning Signs

February 2018 data related to manufacturing and supply chain activity continues to reinforce a boom period. The indices for U.S. wide activity, particularly point to ongoing operational challenges occurring among multiple industry supply chains. While teams remain incredibly busy in day-to-day challenges, Supply Chain Matters again raises caution signs for the need to manage both tactical and strategic transformational needs.

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A Global Boom Period Brings Challenges and Important Signposts

Multi-industry supply chains are experiencing the most robust activity experienced in seven years. At the same time, many that are experienced in boom and bust cycles know all too-well that periods of rapid business expansion bring lots of operational challenges as well as strategic risks, namely that teams take their eye away from very important tactical and strategic transformational imperatives.

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Supply Chain Matters Attendance at 2018 Oracle Modern Supply Chain Experience Conference- Part Four

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides live dispatches from the Oracle Modern Supply Chain Experience Conference held in San Jose California. Part Four shares Bob Ferrari’s highlights and perspectives on the two panelist sessions which he participated within.

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Supply Chain Matters Attendance at 2018 Oracle Modern Supply Chain Experience Conference- Part Three

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides live dispatches from the Oracle Modern Supply Chain Experience Conference held in San Jose California. Part Three summarizes executive briefings, observations and some factoids.

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The Kickoff of the Detroit Auto Show

The 2018 North America International Auto Show (NAIAS 2018) kicks-off this weekend in Detroit Michigan amid an industry that is undergoing various stages of supply chain transformation inflection points and risk assessment.

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Breaking: Amazon to Acquire Whole Foods- An Obvious Industry Inflection Point

Be it noted that in June 2017, two industry shockwave developments became the catalyst for structural packaged and fresh food industry change.

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A Commentary Reflecting on a CEO Change for General Electric

General Electric made major business headlines today in announcing that Jeff Immelt will step down as CEO on August 1 after a 16-year run as the company’s chief executive officer. Supply Chain Matters views this announcement with some disappointment and praises Immelt for his vision and leadership.

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