Supply Chain Matters highlights published reports indicating that global retailer Walmart is initiating salaried staff reductions
Supply Chain Matters provides our global supply chain news capsule follow-up, a revisiting of prior developments related to supply chain management as well as themes that we have highlighted for readers. Companies or institutions highlighted in this update are the IMF, Walmart, Airbus, Alphabet, and Shopify.
Supply Chain Matters provides highlights of reported headcount restructuring at project44, providing a further reinforcement of a more conservative equity funding environment for supply chain tech start-ups.
Supply Chain Matters provides highlights of this week’s announced deal that Walmart is acquiring electric vehicle vans from start-up Canoo. This is a side panel to our commentary on the implications of a more conservative funding environment for up and coming start-ups and how lifeline investors can extract very friendly terms
This special edition of Supply Chain Matters This Week in Supply Chain Tech highlights the announcement of a new CEO for Blue Yonder, as that firm focuses on its integration within a new independent business unit of Panasonic Holdings
Three Examples of Ongoing Supply Chain Disruptions Impacting Business Operational and Financial Performance
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides readers with industry specific examples where non-stop global supply chain disruption, along with their implications are impacting business performance. This update features General Motors, Nike, and retailer Bed Bath and Beyond.
This Supply Chain Matters This Week in Supply Chain Tech edition highlights news involving American Software, Amazon, Walmart, FedEx and Wonder Group.
Supply Chain Matters reflects on Amazon’s announced senior leadership changes last week and what they may portend in c hanged strategies
Supply Chain Matters highlights reports of muted sales growth for this year’s 618 online shopping festival across China along the implications for industry supply chains.
Supply Chain Matters provides part two of highlights from supply chain concurrent planning technology provider Kinaxis’s annual Kinexions 2022 customer conference held in May.
Supply Chain Matters highlights retailer Target’s acknowledgement and plan to address an excess inventory situation including a decision to discount inventory aggressively now rather than later.
In this special edition of Supply Chain Matters This Week in Supply Chain Tech, one of others to come, we highlight Walmart’s announced notions of next generation online customer fulfillment centers.