Supply Chain Disruption and Digitization

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They include: Real-time Big Data and advanced analytics; mobility; the Internet of Things (IoT); social media; additive manufacturing (aka 3D printing); and drones/autonomous vehicles. Real-time Big Data and advanced analytics. ” What De Bernardini doesn’t note is that cognitive technologies with embedded analytics are going to be essential to analyze available data in support of all organizational processes not just those associated with the supply chain.

Navigating the Future in an Uncertain Political and Regulatory Environment


The Supply Chain Resource Cooperative held its bi-annual Industry Partner Meeting in the Talley Student Center at North Carolina State University this past week.