Category: Supply Chain Transformation

Supply Chain Matters 2020 Predictions for Industry and Global Supply Chains- Part Seven

The Supply Chain Matters provides a series of individual blogs that explore added detail and perspective around each of ten 2020 Predictions for Industry and Global Supply Chains. Prediction Seven highlights our predictions for global transportation contracting and services, logistics services and industry processes in the coming year.

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Supply Chain Matters 2020 Predictions for Industry and Global Supply Chains- Part Five

The Supply Chain Matters provides a series of individual blogs that explore added detail and perspective around each of ten 2020 Predictions for Industry and Global Supply Chains. Prediction Five highlights what will occur regarding supply chain digital transformation efforts in the coming year.

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Oracle Viewpoint- The Top Business Practice and Supply Chain Technology Trends for the Next Decade

The Supply Chain Matters blog provides prediction focused viewpoints from two Oracle senior executives regarding the top business practice and supply chain technology trends emerging in 2020 and the coming decade.

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A Featured Interview on the Supply Chain State of the Union

Independent supply chain management industry analyst and Supply Chain Matters Executive Editor Bob Ferrari was recently featured in an interview article: A Supply Chain State of the Union. In this interview, Bob addresses three forces making supply chain transformation an imperative along with three major challenges to solve in such a transformation.

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Kroger’s Online Digital Transformation Meets Realities of Near-Term Business Performance

The Supply Chain Matters blog features an updated commentary focused on U.S. grocery and food retailer Kroger, and this retailer’s efforts to transform itself into various forms of online and in-store digital experiences.

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The Bar in Online and In-Store Customer Fulfillment Grows

The Supply Chain Matters blogs provides commentary highlighting a recent Oracle Retail sponsored survey: Setting the Bar: Global Customer Experience Trends 2019, along with some important takeaways for readers.

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Revisit of Ferrari Consulting and Research Group 2019 Predictions for Industry and Global Supply Chains- Part Three

The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group, via the Supply Chain Matters blog, provides a Part Three self-assessment of prior 2019 Predictions for Industry and Global Supply Chains published at the start of 2019. Prediction Five, Supply Chain Management Digital Transformation strategies requiring strategic roadmaps, and Prediction Six, multi-year transition toward Digitally Enabled Response Networks are revisited.

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New Research on Overcoming Supply Chain Planning Digital Transformation Challenges

The Supply Chain Matters blog addresses added evidence for overcoming challenges related to supply chain planning digital transformation, citing a recent industry survey and addressing factors to consider and overcoming roadblocks.

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Perspectives on the ASCM and Deloitte Joint Announcement of a Supply Chain Digital Capabilities Model

Supply chain technology industry analyst Bob Ferrari highlights and share insights related to last week’s joint announcement from ASCM and Deloitte on the development and availability of a Digital Capabilities Model (DSM) for Supply Networks. The model is to aide companies in understanding and transforming linear supply chains to dynamic, interconnected, digital networks.

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Supply Chain Matters Coverage of Oracle OpenWorld 2019- Part Four

The Supply Chain Matters blog is this week providing highlights and insights from the Oracle OpenWorld 2019 conference. Part Four of our continuing update provides highlights of the Oracle SCM Cloud keynote, including new product announcements.

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A Different Best Buy Narrative for Omni-Channel and Supply Chain Network Fulfillment

Supply chain management industry analyst and Supply Chain Matters blog Executive Editor Bob Ferrari pens a commentary on retailer Best Buy, and an ongoing transformation in omni-channel and supply network fulfillment capability.

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