Supply chain business process and technology industry analyst Bob Ferrari provides highlights and takeaways from Oracle’s Future of Business online event held this week.
Supply Chain Matters blog Executive Editor Bob Ferrari provides his perspective on the opening keynote of this year’s SAP Sapphire customer conference, and on a rather broad and significant announcement.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights last week’s announcement that Blackstone had entered into a definitive agreement to acquire International Data Group (IDG) value the company at $1.3 billion.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights for readers that indeed, and contrary to other indications, supply chain planning applications provider Blue Yonder will be acquired by Panasonic for a reported $7.1 billion.
In this Supply Chain Matters commentary we focus on the Hannover Messe technology conference and the presence of two rivals with differing messaging and go-to-market strategies.
In this Supply Chain Matters technology market education blog, we address paths to supply chain digital transformation and in partnering with technology providers that practice such methods. A known reality is that organizations will often seek different paths toward digital transformation. Pathways will include recognizing specific priorities related to business process change requirements, added agility concerning overall planning, and decision management needs among product demand and supply networks.
In this Supply Chain Matters technology market education commentary, we highlight Oracle’s ongoing technology and applications strategies, the consistency of strategy and messaging and the consequent customer momentum.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights the latest senior executive shuffling occurring at global ERP software applications provider SAP SE.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides highlights of integrated business and concurrent supply chain planning technology provider Kinaxis Inc. reported third quarter financial performance for the quarter ended September 2020.
Supply Chain Matters Founder Bob Ferrari outlines the multi-industry supply chain management themes that should be anticipated in the coming year. They include New Thinking, new Definitions and New Directions.
The Supply Chain Matters blog This Week in Supply Chain Tech column features breaking news, that being an announcement that supply chain B2B Cloud supply chain business network platform technology provider E2open has entered into a business combination agreement to become a public traded company on the New York Stock Exchange.
The Supply Chain Matters blog calls reader attention to another outside recognition by Warner Communications toward Founder and Executive Editor Bob Ferrari.