All posts tagged Digital Supply Chain


New Video on MHI View: MHI Next-Gen Supply Chain Update: Automation

79% of this year’s Annual Industry Report survey respondents believe that artificial intelligence or AI will become a supply chain core competency within only three years. Investment in supply chain innovation is at a critical inflection point and falling behind […]

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Confront Barriers to Keep Pace with Innovation

Content was pulled from MHI Solutions Magazine Interest in next-generation supply chain innovations has never been higher. However, barriers to innovation are keeping some organizations from adopting new technologies, limiting their progress and endangering their ability to endure in a […]

Data Driven Supply Chains—Risk Versus Big Reward

By George W. Prest, Chief Executive Officer, MHI We can all agree that the risk of becoming a technology laggard is fraught with peril. From the famous Kodak story to more recent examples like Borders, Blockbuster and Toys “R” Us, […]

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CEO UPDATE: Overcoming the Digital Risk of NextGen Supply Chains

Content was pulled from MHI Solutions Magazine Q4.2018 By George W. Prest, Chief Executive Officer, MHI | @mhi_ceo Emerging technologies such as IIoT, robotics and artificial intelligence provide exciting opportunities for supply chains. They also mean an exponential growth in the amount […]

New Video on MHI View: Leveraging Robots to Stay Ahead

As part of MHI’s ongoing video program, this new episode focuses on: Robotics and Software With the rise of e-commerce business across multiple industries are faced with the challenge of adapting their supply chain operations to a digital model. Automation can […]

2017 MHI Annual Industry Report: Think Big, Start Small, Act Fast

After four years of surveying supply chain executives, MHI and report partner Deloitte have seen the original predictions about disruptive technologies changing traditional supply chain models from the initial Annual Industry Report in 2014 come to fruition. “A full 80% […]

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