Supply Chain Matters provides highlights added perspectives to EV automaker Tesla’s report of Q2-2023 financial performance this week.
Supply Chain Matters Executive Editor Bob Ferrari specifically addresses supply chain management technology sales and marketing teams, and specifically addresses their needs to convert product marketing and corporate messaging strategies to more online focused mechanisms.
ECCMA (Electronic Commerce Code Management Association) indicates in a recent press release that the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in Geneva, Switzerland has published ISO 8000-115, a standard for authoritative and verifiable identifiers designed to improve the speed and accuracy of eCommerce and the supply chain. This new standard which was first drafted in 2015, is described as being an integral part of insuring for data quality and a stunning new standard.
This week, there is one indication that rumors about a potential product introduction delay for the speculated Apple “iPhone8” model may be unfounded. Then again, we have seen this movie before.
Over the coming days Supply Chain Matters will feature both […]
SKU proliferation is a familiar challenge in supply chain business planning, one that dates back quite a few years in CPG and consumer brand-oriented product areas. Today’s permanent changes towards online and Omni-channel retailing can add to the occurrence.
This Editor once again attended the Oracle Open World conference […]
Today marks a product milestone for Tesla Motors, namely the […]
Last week, The Wall Street Journal featured a novel but rather […]
This week, IT media publications are running the headline that […]
General Motors Attempts to Turn to a New Chapter of Growth, Customer Loyalty and Supply Chain Practices
The public relations teams supporting General Motors have been in […]
Today marks simultaneous but select global-wide product availability release of […]