Category: Prescriptive or Predictive Analytics

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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The Advent WMS Accelerator Technology- Part Three: Synchronized Logistics and More Integrated Inventory Movements

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides Part Three of an ongoing multi-part series of blog commentaries focused on a more emerging trend related to traditional Warehouse Management System (WMS) applications, the need for what we term as the WMS Accelerator technology. In this update, readers are provided a more in-depth perspectives on increasing needs for synchronized logistics and workflows as well as the types of benefits this technology can provide.

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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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How to Leverage Technology in Responding to COVID-19 Challenges

The Supply Chain Matters blog calls reader attention to a podcast that addresses how to leverage technology in responding to COVID-19 challenges and how industry supply chains can eventually be prepared in whatever turns out to be the new normal.

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Highlights of Oracle’s Fiscal Q4 and Full Year Performance- New Signposts

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides highlights of from last month’s report of both fiscal Q4 and full-year FY20 financial performance by Oracle Corporation. We do so because what was reported by Oracle senior executives is somewhat indicative of how the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic is impacting the demand for Cloud based infrastructure and applications systems, by the observation of Oracle.

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Highlights of the Kinaxis Planning for the New Normal Online Event

The Supply Chain Matters blog shares highlights of the Kinaxis Big Ideas in Supply Chain Conference- Planning for the New Normal online event held last week.

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Kinaxis Announced Acquisition of Rubikloud Technologies- Enhanced Machine Learning and Retail Industry Presence

Supply chain management technology industry analyst Bob Ferrari highlights the announced acquisition by supply chain planning technology provider Kinaxis of artificial intelligence technology provider Rubikloud Technologies providing readers additional background and initial perspectives related to this move.

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Supply Chain Matters Guest Contribution: Data Science in the Supply Chain: Accessible, Affordable, and Effective

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides a guest contribution from Josh Miramant, CEO of Blue Orange Digital. With the increased accessibility and affordability of advanced technologies such as data analytics, AIn and Machine Learning, the supply chain industry is being changed forever. These technologies are helping companies reduce operational costs, increase productivity, and drive revenue growth.

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