The business landscape is changing rapidly and new technologies are disrupting a host of industries. From manufacturing to the supply chain, digital systems are revolutionizing how age-old processes are executed.
The market for transportation management systems (TMS) was $9,600.8 million in 2016, and is projected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 13.6 percent through 2025, according to Transparency Market Research. Discover how this technology solution is changing the supply chain and logistics industry.
When it comes to the modern supply chain managers have a relatively new risk to consider, cybersecurity. As major logistics providers from all around the world struggle with keeping their private data secure, businesses are investing time and resources to address this serious concern. From shutting down major ports to the risk of losing private client data, the time is now to address cybersecurity in the supply chain.
Supply Chain 2020 will continue collapsing cycles, challenging Supply Chain professionals and taking advantage of exponential technology shifts.
What’s on your RADAR for the Supply Chain of 2020? What should be?
People, Process and Technology – some indicators and trends to watch out for in the coming years.
Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP) is in a renaissance. The reason? With growth slowing and complexity rising, S&OP is more important than ever. It is not sexy, and it requires hard work; but the greatest value of S&OP is profitable growth. The technology market is rife with unsubstantiated claims and myths. Like a hammer looking for a nail, it seems like every vendor I meet now has an S&OP solution. It is comical. For many, I shake my head and smile.