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Oracle Enhances Logistics and Customer Fulfillment Support Capabilities

The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights an example of pre-integrated Cloud based logistics and transportation support technology released by Oracle.

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2021 Prediction: Omni-Channel Fulfillment Capabilities Essential to Business Growth

The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group, via the Supply Chain Matters blog, highlights a specific 2021 prediction for industry supply chains: Omni-Channel Fulfillment Capabilities Essential to Business Growth

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What to Expect in 2021- Summary of Predictions for Industry and Global Supply Chains

The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group thru the medium of the Supply Chain Matters blog, unveils our summary of 2021 Predictions for Industry and Global Chains and what supply chain management teams should expect in the coming year.

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Video Appearance by Supply Chain Matters Founder Bob Ferrari

The Supply Chain Matters highlights the latest video appearance from Founder and Executive Editor Bob Ferrari in a conversation with Enterprise Software influencer and Deal Architect blogger Vinnie Mirchandani.

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Announcing Availability of Podcast Episode 9- The New (Ab) Normal with MIT Professor Yossi Sheffi

The Supply Chain Matters blog announces availability of Episode 9 of our podcasting series: The New (Ab) Normal with MIT Professor Yossi Sheffi, describing specific areas of his newly published and highly rated book of the same name.

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Parallel Supply Chain Virtual Summits and Stark Contrasts

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides a perspective on contrasting Cloud based supply chain management business process technology investment strategies among both SAP and Oracle communities based on two simultaneous online virtual events.

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The Digital Transformation of Capacity Planning Management

Supply chain management technology industry analyst Bob Ferrari addresses the digital transformation of capacity planning management in either process or discrete manufacturing settings, in the context of new definitions, thinking and direction.

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Featuring November 10 2020 Edition of This Week in Supply Chain Management Tech

The Supply Chain Matters blog features our November 10 2020 Edition of This Week in Supply Chain Management Tech, a brief synopsis of noteworthy supply chain management focused technology news which we believe would be of specific interest to our global-based blog readership. Featured announcements include Cloud Logistics and Uber Freight, o9 Solutions and project44, Descartes and ShipTrack, Seegrid and Box Robotics, Amazon Web Services and Carrier Corporation, Aquiline Drones and Drone Volt.

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Demand and Supply Network Challenges Like No Other: COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution

The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights what many consider as one for what is likely to be one of the most complex logistical undertakings in quite some time, the distribution of COVID-19 vaccine, and how advanced supply chain technologies can play an important role.

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Highlights of This Week’s Oracle Cloud Applications Virtual Online Event

Supply chain technology industry analyst Bob Ferrari via the Supply Chain Matters blogs provides highlights of the Oracle Cloud Applications online virtual event that occurred this week. Noted is a viewpoint that Oracle is providing added cohesion in its Cloud based applications support strategies as well as more compelling motivations for customers to consider broader Cloud-based adoption.

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Announcing Published Research Advisory- New Rules for Supply Chain Insights, Collaboration and Resiliency

The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group, via the Supply Chain Matters blog, announces the general availability of a new technology focused market education Research Advisory: New Rules for Supply Chain Insights, Collaboration and Overall Resiliency. Operations and supply chain management teams now, more than ever, need to be prepared for a post-pandemic industry and business environment where change and disruption will likely be a constant.

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