Five Seismic Shifts in Supply Chain Technology

Supply chain technology is changing rapidly as new, innovative solution providers leave traditional legacy players behind.

Tremors. Seismic shifts. In supply chain management technology there is a fault line separating new, innovative technology providers and traditional supply chain software providers, and the gap between them is growing.

Five Seismic Shifts in Supply Chain Technology
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Driving Digital Supply Chain Transformation

Summary: Insights on driving a digital transformation based on research on new technologies, advisory work with clients, and quantitative research projects. This is a short handbook to help companies get started on their journey to define the digital supply chain.

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Presentation for the EyeOn Event on the Future of Supply Chain Technologies

Presentation prepared for the Eyon conference on the Future of Supply Chain Technologies to be presented in Rotterdam on November 12th. Small group discussion on the future of supply chain.

 

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Presentation from the WTG event in Miami on October 29, 2015

In the presentation Lora Cecere, Founder of Supply Chain Insights, gives an overview of Supply Chain 2020 and what to expect. The first five years will be about analytics and then it will be about the confluence of technologies (mobile, social, Internet of Things, 3D Printing, Robotics, manless vehicles, etc). To redefine supply chains, companies must learn, to unlearn to relearn.

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How Do Supply Chains Make the Digital Pivot?

In this slide presentation Lora Cecere, Founder of Supply Chain Insights, outlines a methodology for companies to consider to build outside-in digital supply chains.

Reflections on Hard Hats and Safety Shoes

Manufacturing teams used to manage the supply chain group. Today, in most organizations, the supply chain team manages manufacturing. The irony is that fewer and fewer people within the supply chain team understand manufacturing. Unfortunately, few have worn hard hats, safety shoes and calibrated a machine to run within spec. I feel lucky that I have.

Reflections on Hard Hats and Safety Shoes