The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights the first report of 2021 holiday retail sales issued by Mastercard. SpendingPulse.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides a thought leadership perspective on the renaissance of supply chain network design technology. and deployment during 2022 and beyond.
Supply Chain Matters highlights a published report, citing informed sources, and indicating that Apple iPhone 13 demand appears to have slowed.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights published data on the 2021 Cyber Monday, Black Friday and Thanksgiving holiday shopping period. We further provide perspectives on the implications and what to expect in December.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights this week’s actions taken by the Federal Trade Commission, along with another White House meeting, each focused on ongoing supply chain disruptions.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights strategic supply announcements from two U.S. auto makers, Ford Motor and General Motors, for supply of semiconductor devices.
The Supply Chain Matters blog reflects on industry supply chain preparedness just one week before 2021’s largest online shopping holiday promotions, along with the takeaways from preparations thus far.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights that contract manufacturing services provider Foxconn has issued a cautious financial outlook for Q4 and 2022.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights developments indicating that large online and brick and mortar retailers are taking more direct control of online and in-store physical warehouse facilities as well as inventory management.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights three published forecasts addressing expected retail sales for this holiday fulfillment period, along with the likely implications for supply chain management teams
The Supply Chain Matters blog reflects on Procter and Gamble’s latest report of Q1-FY22 quarterly financial performance and the implications of these results for investors, lines of business teams and supply chain management communities.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights a recently published survey of how U.S. consumer sentiments associated with ongoing continuous supply chain disruptions are changing buying sentiments and what that implies for brands and their associated supply chain management teams.