The Supply Chain Matters blog features our latest This Week in Supply Chain Management Tech, a synopsis of noteworthy technology focused investment developments. Providers mentioned in this update include JD Logistics, Siemens, E2open, Avetta, FarEye and Descartes Systems Group.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights supply chain cloud technology provider E2open’s preliminary business and financial results for the recent fiscal year 2021.
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 highlights B2B Supply Chain Cloud Technology provider E2open’s announced a subsequent move to change the prevailing economics of leveraging end-to-end supply chain capabilities, specifically in charging for seat access in B2B platforms.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides highlights an initial impressions of an announcement from Cloud based B2B supply chain business network platform provider E2open, offering complimentary In-Transit visibility for existing platform customers.
The Supply Chain Matters blog features our This Week in Supply Chain Management Tech column, a brief synopsis of noteworthy supply chain management focused technology news that occurred during the week of January 14, 2019. Included in this week’s highlights are noteworthy announcements from Infor, Microsoft, E2open, JDA Software, Elemica and Walmart.
B2B and Supply Chain Business Network provider E2open shared yet another acquisition announcement today, that being the acquisition of INTTRA, a prominent B2B ocean shipping network, software and information provider.
Once again, supply chain management B2B network provider E2open has announced yet another acquisition. The latest is transportation management systems (TMS) provider Cloud Logistics.
Supply Chain Matters shares some Wall Street focused drama that has occurred in the supply chain management B2B Business Network technology area. This is, to state the least, something somewhat usual to occur in supply chain tech, but then again, the market is hot and times, they are a changing.
Supply chain management B2B network provider E2open announced yet another acquisition, signing a definitive agreement to acquire Zyme, a provider of Channel Data Management (CDM) software. Supply Chain Matters believes that the addition of Zyme can achieve two objectives- satisfy decision needs for sales and marketing team participants while providing operational team members with a more-detailed information context as to direct and indirect channel fulfillment information related to individual products.
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Today, supply chain focused B2B business network tech provider E2open […]