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8 Actionable Supply Chain Trends for 2023

The Network Effect

The post 8 Actionable Supply Chain Trends for 2023 appeared first on The Network Effect. Leadership and Strategy Network Business Supply Chain Management

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Improving Business Competitiveness

Enterra Insights

No one starts a business believing it can’t compete in the marketplace. Making a business competitive, however, is not as easy as many people think. Even well-established businesses constantly struggle to remain competitive in an ever-changing business environment.

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Editor’s Choice: Remove Wasted Time and Your Operations Can Soar Like an Eagle

Logistics Viewpoints

Note: Today’s post is part of our “ Editor’s Choice ” series where we highlight recent posts published by our sponsors that provide supply chain insights and advice. This article is from Open Sky Group and offers tips for removing wasted time in your operations.

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Yet another report of a data breach from Mailchimp

IT Supply Chain

By Patrick Wragg (pictured) Cyber Incident Response Manager, Integrity360 The post Yet another report of a data breach from Mailchimp appeared first on IT Supply Chain. Industry Talk

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Building Supply Chain Resilience in the Real World

Speaker: Kelly Barner - Co-Founder & Managing Director of Buyers Meeting Point, LLC

In this webinar, join Kelly Barner, Co-Founder and Managing Director of Buyers Meeting Point, Head of Content and Brand Partnerships at Art of Procurement, and Host of the Dial P for Procurement podcast on Supply Chain Now, as she considers the most pressing challenges of the day, looking for lessons we can learn to bolster agility and resilience in the future.

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BR Williams and McLeod: A Milestone in Transportation

BR Williams Supply Chain Management

30 years of Partnership. 65 years of Service. 1,000,000 loads delivered. The first BR Williams load was delivered to Boston, Massachusetts, in July 1958. The goods delivered were for a customer we STILL have 65 years later. The partnerships that have developed since have truly been remarkable.

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Supply chain influencers

Supply Chain Movement

In 2022, influencers dominated consumer product marketing on social media. Emerging seemingly out of nowhere, they promoted products on Instagram and other social media channels and turned them into unexpected successes.

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EU call to ship goods, not air

IT Supply Chain

By Jo Bradley (pictured) Business Development Manager, Sparck Technologies The post EU call to ship goods, not air appeared first on IT Supply Chain. Industry Talk

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[Editor’s Pick] Supply Chain Planning: What Would Don Draper Do?

Talking Logistics

Note: Today’s post is part of our “Editor’s Pick” series where we highlight posts published by our sponsors that provide practical knowledge and advice on timely and important supply chain and logistics topics.

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The Sustainability Gap in Mobile Computing: How to break the four-year refresh cycle

IT Supply Chain

By Daniel Creasey (pictured) Marketing Manager, Panasonic TOUGHBOOK UK The post The Sustainability Gap in Mobile Computing: How to break the four-year refresh cycle appeared first on IT Supply Chain. Industry Talk

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5 Powerful Prescriptive Analytics Examples in Supply Chain

Prescriptive analytics is a type of advanced analytics that optimizes decision-making by providing a recommended action. Supply chain, with its complex planning questions, is typically an area where optimization technology is required. Read about 5 use cases.

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How Much Does ChatGPT Know About Supply Chain Planning Technology?

John Galt

ChatGPT is making waves in the world of AI. We put the chatbot to the test with questions about supply chain planning technology. Did it pass the test? Take a look

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A Look at the Automotive Industry in 2023

IT Supply Chain

By John Hampton (pictured) Content Writer The post A Look at the Automotive Industry in 2023 appeared first on IT Supply Chain. Industry Talk

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Supply Chain Trends in 2023

Supply Chain Brain

Location data, digitization, and sustainability initiatives will contribute to accuracy, predictability and carbon efficiency this year

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Manufacturing industry worst hit amid energy cost crises

IT Supply Chain

By Dwight J. Lawrence (pictured) Content Writer The post Manufacturing industry worst hit amid energy cost crises appeared first on IT Supply Chain. Industry Talk

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The Great Supply Chain Gear-Up: Sustainability and Agility for 2023

Speaker: Peter Kraemer, Chief Supply Officer of Anheuser-Busch InBev

Join Peter Kraemer, Chief Supply Officer of Anheuser-Busch InBev, for an insightful overview of general supply chain best practices, how to build a more sustainable supply chain, and navigating post-pandemic supply challenges.

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2023 Bulk Trucking Outlook

Bulk Connection

Is 2023 the year where the supply chain finally settles down, or are we in for more instability? To get a read on how things currently stand and where an expert thinks things are headed, we sat down with Bulk Connection’s VP of Operations, Andrew Scibelli, for a Q&A session. Bulk Transportation

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E2open’s Ocean Shipping Index Reveals Notably Improved Cross-Ocean Transit Time for Global Freight Deliveries

E2open

Latest report highlights how lessened demand for goods from Asia has continued to reduce port congestion, resulting in an average eight-day decrease in total time from booking to receipt compared to the year-ago period. AUSTIN, Texas – January 19, 2023 – E2open Parent Holdings, Inc.

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Sharing Logistics Data Without Compromising Sensitive Information

Supply Chain Brain

A means of speeding up payment for services, factoring can help small to midsized carriers reduce overhead and increase margins

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Product Portfolio: Definition, Examples, Guide

Unleashed

If you’ve got a business that’s doing well, you’ll want to expand on that success, right? But not all growth is sustainable. To scale your business affordably, you need a diversified product portfolio that perfectly balances cash flow with product development and marketing.

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Getting Started With Scenario Modeling in Supply Chain Network Design

To build your supply chain’s agility and responsiveness, you need to look at scenarios more frequently instead of relying on a single plan. Let’s explore how you can apply scenario modeling in supply chain network design.

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JIT and Industry 4.0: The Future of Modern Manufacturing

Supply Chain Brain

It’s time to reassess just-in-time inventory management

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Snapshot of 2023 Predictions for Industry and Global Supply Chains- Part Five

Supply Chain Matters

The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group through its affiliate the Supply Chain Matters blog shares select individual prediction snapshots that are included in our annual 2023 predictions for industry and global supply chains research advisory.

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New Threats in the New Year: Cybersecurity Predictions in 2023

BlueYonder

In this new monthly “Security BY Design” blog series, Blue Yonder’s Cybersecurity team will look at cybersecurity in 2023. In our first blog, we predict cybersecurity will grow and are sharing some key steps you and your organizations can take to stay safe.

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Research: Christmas performance, the consumer perspective

Proxima

Last Christmas… retailers must respond decisively to the fallout from the festive period After adapting to the seismic challenge of the pandemic and scrambling to adapt to shifting demands, some retailers may have hoped that the recent Christmas period would provide a welcome boost.

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Best Practices to Model Carbon Costs in Supply Chain Network Design

How to model carbon costs in your supply chain design? Make conscious choices by comparing scenarios indicating at which points in the supply chain carbon emissions occur and achieve the right balance between sustainability and cost.

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Top 5 Benefits of Spend Analysis

EC Sourcing Group

S pend analysis in procurement is a longstanding concept, however, implementation can be difficult without the proper tools. Spreadsheets are tedious to manage and make it extremely difficult to reap the benefits.

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Guest Blog – How To Identify Supply Chain Barriers To Boost Efficiency?

Gravity Supply Chain

Supply chain efficiency is essential for any business to remain competitive and profitable throughout its timeline. However, many companies still struggle to identify the barriers that are preventing them from achieving optimal growth.

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Small Retailers Finally Get a Fighting Chance Thanks to a Roosevelt-Era Antitrust Law

Supply Chain Brain

Smaller retailers also see Robinson-Patman as a salve for another irritant: seeing empty shelves at their stores while larger rivals have plenty of merchandise

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What is Supply Chain Management? Importance & Benefits

QAD

Supply chain management (SCM) is essential to any business strategy. Negative effects wreak havoc, impacting customer satisfaction and ROI. Facets of this broad field include demand planning, inventory management, logistics, acquisitions and partner management.

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Easily Build an Optimization App and Empower Your Data

Speaker: Gertjan de Lange

Solving complex business problems requires optimization modeling techniques and data to compare scenarios and make the best decisions. With AIMMS you can rapidly build an optimization app on top of your data and deploy it to the end-user in just a few clicks.