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1. Expanded Payment Options Can Help Merchants Boost Customer Loyalty and Satisfaction
Today’s consumers have more payment options than ever before; beyond credit and debit cards, 37% of North American merchants accept PayPal and Apple Pay, and bitcoin is currently accepted by more than ...
Created on 16 April 2018
2. Who Cares About Cyber Attacks on Supply Chains?
... Apple Mac oriented HandBrake media player. Preying on the chain If financial motivation is a secondary issue for cyber criminals targeting supply chains what can they be hoping to achieve? Disruption ...
Created on 26 March 2018
3. Stop Rushing The Holidays! Try A Year-Round Retail Brand Experience Instead
... can make the in-store experience unique. Diversify the ways in which customers can pay (i.e. Apple Pay, roving sales clerks) so that they aren’t always forced to wait in line. Retailers should also consider ...
Created on 19 December 2017
4. Is Apple's Supply Chain Broken?
According to Bloomberg, Apple has lost its supply chain mojo. Meaning that Apple once renowned for its ability to get products to market, despite not having its own manufacturing facilities has recently ...
Created on 07 November 2017
5. China Names Greenest Supply Chain
According to Digital Supply Chain, China’s Chinese NGO the Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs has named Apple as one of China’s greenest supply chain.   Read the article on Digital Supply ...
Created on 31 October 2017
6. Apple Gets New Supply Chain Partner
Apple is working with China’s BOE as a possible new supply chain source, reports Patently Apple. BOE is being considered for components for the new OLED displays. Read the article on Supply Chain ...
Created on 24 October 2017
7. Disruption of Globalization and Supply Chain
... to enter the U.S., challenging Amazon in its home turf. The same goes for companies across industries whether it is Apple, McDonald’s, KFC, Unilever, GE, PepsiCo, Procter & Gamble, AT&T, and others. ...
Created on 16 October 2017
8. Choosing the Path to CEO
...  why that's the case as he reviews the rise of leaders like Tim Cook at Apple. Read his piece HERE. ...
Created on 09 March 2017
9. The Election and the Supply Chain
For a different perspective on Donald Trump's election, we look to Bob Ferrarri on the Supply Chain Matters site. He takes a little deeper dive into supply chain-specific effects.Again, although the results ...
Created on 14 November 2016
10. IoT and 3D Printers are Invading the Supply Chain
It wasn’t long ago that Apple was lauded for its finesse in managing its supply chain. Getting its bazillions of iPhones from China to the US and everywhere else required some groundbreaking advances and ...
Created on 19 October 2016
11. Women in Supply Chain Roles
According to Terry Applegate, women are making progress in the supply chain field but there's still a lot of room to grow. Opportunity is out there, but women need to know where to look and how to utiliz ...
Created on 12 July 2016
12. Designing a Meticulous Supply Chain
We're nearing the end of Jonathan Lofton's series on Supply Chain design, and his latest principle is one of the most important. Supply chains must be thorough down to the last detailaccording to Dieter ...
Created on 21 June 2016
13. 3DP in the Supply Chain
We've all heard about it, and some of us have seen it in action or have actually used it. 3D printiing (3DP) has been slowly making inroads into supply chains, and John Westerveld has put some thought ...
Created on 23 May 2016
14. 2016's Top 25 Supply Chains
Last week, Gartner announced its eagerly awaited 2016 list of the top 25 supply chains. The usual suspects are represented, albeit in slightly different order, and the explanation of Gartner's criteria ...
Created on 23 May 2016
15. Tesla's Supply Chain Challenges
Tesla has a problem we wish we all had: too much demand. On the supply side, the hot car company is fighting to crank up its supplier base.Bob Ferrari, on the Supply Chain Matters site, examines Tesla's ...
Created on 18 April 2016
16. Using the Principle of Aesthetics in Supply Chains
In the 4th article in his series on supply chain design, Jonathan Lofton reviews the principle of aesthetics relative to the design process. In short, he feels this aesthetics='not cutting corners'. This ...
Created on 22 March 2016
17. Designing a Beautiful Supply Chain
In the latest article in his series on supply chain design, Jonathan Lofton focuses on how aesthetics fits into the process. Making your supply chain 'beautiful' may sound funny, but using 'systems thinking' ...
Created on 08 March 2016
18. The Supply Chain is Everywhere
It wasn’t long ago that Apple was lauded for it’s finesse in managing its supply chain. Getting its bazillions of iPhones from China to the US and everywhere else required some groundbreaking advances ...
Created on 29 February 2016
19. What's Amazon Up To?
... Tesla, with its electric cars, battery technology, and rocket ships. Or maybe Google, with autonomous vehicles, Google Glass, and their ubiquitous search functionality. Apple might be a good call, with ...
Created on 17 February 2016
20. Managing Your Supply Chain
Everyone is suggesting what the trends in Supply Chain Management (SCM) are for 2016. Most of the writers agree on a “core” of important trends (sort of like the  “motherhood and apple pie” thing. Then ...
Created on 30 November 2015