Supply Chain Matters provides highlights of this week’s announced deal that Walmart is acquiring electric vehicle vans from start-up Canoo. This is a side panel to our commentary on the implications of a more conservative funding environment for up and coming start-ups and how lifeline investors can extract very friendly terms
In this special edition of Supply Chain Matters This Week in Supply Chain Tech, one of others to come, we highlight Walmart’s announced notions of next generation online customer fulfillment centers.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights the reported financial and operational performance for global retailer Walmart in the latest quarter and how the global retailer is redoubling investments in online fulfillment capabilities.
The Supply Chain Matters blog highlights the announcement that global retailer Walmart’s online chief will move away from a full-time status at the end of January.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides another reader update on the ongoing holiday fulfillment quarter and the implications to industry supply chain and logistics teams.
The Supply Chan Matters blog highlights reports indicating that Walmart will launch its newest online customer loyalty program in mid-September. The question is will the third attempt be the charm.
The Supply Chain Matters blog continues to highlight for readers the ongoing implications of the COVID-19 pandemic, the most profound of which has the explosion in online buying among global consumers. Highlighted are the quarterly financial and operational performance aspects for retailers Walmart in the latest quarter.
The Supply Chain Matters blog provides a follow-up commentary added more perspective to Amazon’s recent blowout financial performance despite significant operational challenges. Further observed is how other online providers who made up-front investments were also able to benefit financially.