Sun.Nov 21, 2021

How AI Could Solve the Supply Chain Crisis

Supply Chain Brain

Artificial intelligence, combined with other technologies and innovations, could bring about some long-lasting improvement across the entire supply chain, from the factory floor to the retail shelf. Here are some scenarios

Supply Chain and Logistics Stock Report for Week Ending November 19, 2021

Supply Chain Digest

See who was up and who was down


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Watch: Why Should the Supply Chain Care About Cybersecurity?

Supply Chain Brain

By its very nature, the supply chain is especially vulnerable to cyber attack, says Zac Rogers, assistant professor of supply chain management at Colorado State University

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL: How Companies Raise Prices Without Raising Prices

Operations and Supply Chain Management

How Companies Raise Prices Without Raising Prices. Companies hope that by making price increases hard to see, they can escape notice and avoid a customer backlash. Read in The Wall Street Journal: [link]. Shared from Apple News. – Bob

Minimizing Retail Supply Chain Disruptions in 2021 and Beyond

Speaker: Izaac Moran, Customer Success Manager, FourKites; Glenn Koepke, SVP of Customer Success, FourKites; and featuring interviews with supply chain experts from Dollar Tree and Best Buy

Register for our upcoming webinar to see how savvy retailers including Dollar Tree and Best Buy are leveraging real-time visibility across their end-to-end supply chains in creative ways to drive agility and thrive in today’s unpredictable environment.

Coffee Supply Crisis Means More Expensive, Bitter Tasting Brews

Supply Chain Brain

Coffee snobs have a lot to worry about right now. A global shortage of beans is already threatening to push up prices at cafes and supermarkets. Now, your morning cappuccino or latte might start leaving a bitter taste for other reasons too