All posts tagged supply chain

Adopt NextGen Technology like IIoT and Blockchain or Plan to be Disrupted

“If you are not operating at the edge of new technologies, you will surely be disrupted. If you are not willing to embrace new technologies like Internet of Things and blockchain to face those new threats, you are, maybe subtly, […]

Manufacturers should prepare for potential supply chain disruption with trade policy in flux

The current climate of trade policy uncertainty is making it more important than ever for manufacturers to understand and plan for potential supply chain disruption according to a new report from PwC. The report, “The new US trade policy era: […]

Hyper-competitive retail industry looks to supply chains for differentiation and profitability

Retailers seeking to find balance between omnichannel costs and revenue growth see supply chain capabilities as key to profitably serving customers, according to a recent report by Auburn University’s Center for Supply Chain Innovation and the Retail Industry Leaders Association […]

Supply Chain Analytics Market is Expected to Reach $9.87 billion by 2025

The global supply chain analytics market is expected to reach $9.87 billion by 2025, according to a new study by Grand View Research, Inc. Consumers are driving this growth by demanding supply chains that perform faster and more efficiently. These […]

Supply Chain sustainability

Four key trends impacting the design of supply chain networks

Supply chains are changing as they adapt to the new realities of consumer demands and e-commerce. As companies re-think their supply chain strategies they are making different choices on where and how they design and operate their distribution facilities. This […]

Manufacturing and supply chain to spend over $200 billion on IoT in 2017

A new update to the International Data Corporation (IDC) Worldwide Semiannual Internet of Things Spending Guide forecasts worldwide spending on the Internet of Things (IoT) to grow 16.7% year over year in 2017, reaching just over $800 billion. By 2021, […]

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