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E-commerce Distribution: How to Embark on a Digital Transformation

According to the Gartner Digital Commerce Vendor Guide, 2018, “Digital commerce is a major component of a superior customer experience, with a growing ecosystem of technologies, vendors, and services.” Opportunities abound when trading partners work together to create a seamless, automated, and error-free supply chain with a focus on providing a simple, effective, and enjoyable…

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Platform, Posts, Supply Chain

Electronic Data Interchange: The Gift That Keeps on Giving

Although electronic data interchange (EDI) has been around since the early 1970s, many businesses are taking a fresh look at how this powerful commerce platform can affect their cash conversion cycle. A strong EDI strategy can increase efficiency and reduce errors, streamlining trading partner onboarding and transactions. In this post we’ll review expectations for the future of this technology as well as how it’s changing.

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Posts, Supply Chain

Playing It {Too} Safe with Inventory?

Although no business likes carrying safety stock, experiencing a stockout simply isn’t worth the risk to customer satisfaction. Take an industry-informed look at how to achieve demand planning ‘greatness’ when it comes to optimizing your inventory levels and still meeting customer requirements.

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Analytics, Business Intelligence, Demand Planning and Forecasting, Healthcare, Posts, Supply Chain

Shared Metrics Drive Business Success

In the January-March 2018 issue of APICS magazine, APICS CEO Abe Eshkenazi contends that if supply chain leaders bring business success then that makes them business leaders. Mr. Eshkenazi goes on to state “organizations that consider their supply chains as strategic and competitive assets outperform the market”.

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Analytics, Business Intelligence, Demand Planning and Forecasting, Posts, Supply Chain

How Do You Feel About Predictive Analytics?

I just read a blog post entitled How do you feel when someone mentions predictive analytics? Well, I feel like it’s a good thing. How about you?

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Posts, Supply Chain

Seasons Come And Seasons Go

Seasonal variations in consumption occur for many reasons; summer, back to school, various holidays. In fact, most industries experience annually recurring spikes in demand — even healthcare as they prepare for the dreaded flu season. Furthermore, the duration of a season differs depending on geography and demographics.

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