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Thoughts. Selecting Supply Chain Software

Supply Chain Shaman

Business leaders see the open sharing of feedback on software as too risky. How can I improve the process of software selection? How can I improve the process of software selection? Buying supply chain planning software is hard. Many technologies (I count six) are missing, and most of the ratings are just wrong.

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Navigating Demand Streams

Supply Chain Shaman

I also taught five technology companies. And no technology company is marketing the idea. Once you see a demand stream, you cannot unsee it. I am excited that Kinaxis and o9 Solutions are building the capabilities to analyze demand streams and drive bi-directional orchestration. However, I persevere.

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Blue Yonder Shakes Up the Supply Chain Software Market

Logistics Viewpoints

Blue Yonder’s CEO, Duncan Angove The supply chain software landscape is changing rapidly. This is a significant acquisition that will change the supply chain software landscape. This is a significant acquisition that will change the supply chain software landscape. Their SaaS revenues grew by 17% on a year-over-year basis.

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Demand Forecasting Software: Demystifying AI

Logility

Demand forecasting plays a crucial role in business success, as it helps predict customer demand and plan inventory effectively. Fortunately, with the advent of artificial intelligence (AI), demand forecasting software has undergone a significant transformation.

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Rethinking Direct Materials Sourcing: The Tools You Need To Manage Costs, Risks and Sustainability

The environment is marked by heightened demand and expectations, compounded by challenges such as rising input prices, supply chain disruptions and geopolitical tensions. While some embrace cutting-edge tools like AI and blockchain for global trade functions, others lag in technology adoption.

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Demand Planning Software – Top 3 Demand Forecasting Mistakes to Avoid

Logility

Top 3 Demand Forecasting Mistakes —How To Avoid Them with Demand planning software Demand forecasting is a critical facet of successful business operations, acting as the helm guiding companies through the rocks hiding beneath the water of market demands. What is Demand Forecasting?

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Demand Planning: Whipped And Chained by Tradition

Supply Chain Shaman

She wrote, “I have been working in the supply chain for 35 years, and we are still trying to solve the “demand” issue. Given your expertise, I’d love to hear what alternatives you recommend for better demand forecasting and real-time visibility beyond what’s commonly adopted today.” The reason?

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Five Best Practices for Balancing Costs, Risks, and Sustainability

In the face of volatile macroeconomic conditions and other complex challenges, supply chain and procurement pros must strike a tough balance between seemingly contradictory demands: boosting performance and sustaining and extending business operations, all while meeting customers’ needs.

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The New Tech Toolbelt: Digital Twins, IoT, Cobots, & More

Speaker: Cory Skinner, Founder and CEO of FactR

Supply chains need tools that elevate decision-making and boost ROI as well as respond effectively to demand fluctuations, customer preferences, and competition. What can be done to not only address these challenges, but overcome them?

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Reaching Unreachable Candidates

Speaker: Patrick Dempsey and Andrew Erpelding of ZoomInfo

Find and connect with the right talent to fill roles fast with these tools: More data! Advanced search: Narrow the search to find candidates using specialized filters like education, and current company technologies. Watch this On-Demand Webinar today to see how ZoomInfo for Recruiters can work to get you talented candidates results.

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Webinar On-Demand: 3 Ways to Make Your Operational Execution More Robust With S&OE

Speaker: Sander van Lokven and N.S. Krishnan

S&OE provides an early warning system that helps business stakeholders sense and optimize their responses. This keeps the supply chain out of firefighting mode, smoothens relationships with customers and suppliers, and helps sustain margins by reducing the cost to serve. How S&OE is different from S&OP & the gap that exists.

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New Research: The State of Supply Chain Network Design in 2022

This report explores how the state of supply chain network design has changed – including how the tools, maturity models, and market demands are transforming the network design practice. This report is useful if you are interested in: Exploring new network design insights and capabilities. Industry benchmarks.

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5 Early Indicators Your Embedded Analytics Will Fail

Many application teams leave embedded analytics to languish until something—an unhappy customer, plummeting revenue, a spike in customer churn—demands change. But by then, it may be too late. In this White Paper, Logi Analytics has identified 5 tell-tale signs your project is moving from “nice to have” to “needed yesterday.".

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The ABM Benchmark Survey

In a recent survey with Demand Gen Report, we found 59% of experienced practitioners (those with ABM programs more than a year old) indicated their ABM programs are meeting or greatly exceeding their expectations, while only 45% of novices (those with ABM programs less than one year old) could say the same.

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Top 5 Barriers to Supply Chain Network Design Adoption and How to Overcome Them

Speaker: Brian Dooley, Director SC Navigator, AIMMS, and Paul van Nierop, Supply Chain Planning Specialist, AIMMS

This on-demand webinar shares research findings from Supply Chain Insights, including the top 5 obstacles that bog you down when trying to improve your network design efforts: Poor data quality. Don’t have the right tools/tools are too complex or expensive. Lack of skilled resources. Lengthy time to plan/execute.