51st Symposium Purchasing and Logistics

Supply Chain Movement

Agenda 2030: Agile and Networked. This is why the 51 st Symposium will cover issues on the following topics: Purchasing 2030: thinking out of the box. Lowering costs and increasing quality: mastering the balancing act. Europe’s biggest congress for procurement, logistics and supply chain professionals awaits you. 51st Symposium Purchasing and Logistics. Date: 9 – 11 November 2016. Venue: InterContinental Berlin, Germany. Organisation: BME Verband. URL: bme.de/en/all-events/51st-symposium-purchasing-and-logistics/.

Four Strategies To Deploy As Supply Chain Hits Main Street

Supply Chain Shaman

For the CFO, end-to-end is a focus on transactional flows like order-to-cash and procure-to-pay. Most are clueless about driving a better-planned order flow from tactical planning to procurement or transportation planning or how to improve forecast-value-added (FVA) processes.

Five Trends That Excite Me!

Supply Chain Shaman

Traditional procurement functionality in SRM focused on improving transactional efficiency. Future of Analytics in the Building of Supply Chain 2030. It includes warranty, quality, and return data. Holiday travel. Packed airports and the children screaming in unison.

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No Easter Bunny?

Supply Chain Shaman

The traditional supply chain is inside-out, triggering processes on the back of order-to-cash and procure-to-pay financial processes. This is the world view of finance and why there is so much friction between procurement and finance. Large-scale product write-offs or a quality problem?

Late Night Thoughts on Productivity, Efficiency and Global Supply Chain Effectivness

Supply Chain Shaman

We also confirmed the return of Tom Bonkenburg of St Onges, a leading expert on robotics and autonomous vehicles along with Gita Gopinath, a leading economist from Harvard on China and India to speak on Globalization versus Nationalism and the impact on Supply Chain 2030. It is late.

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50 expert tips on logistics planning and strategy

6 River Systems

While it’s certainly important for each stakeholder to ensure they’re meeting deadlines and turning in quality performance, silos along the supply chain make it difficult to address inefficiencies in any meaningful way. Think about how your warehouse might look in 2030.