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1. Supply Chain Management Control Towers and BIG DATA
(Supply)
... a section of track is not clear. Power plants know when a generator is off-line. Airports know when a runway is not clear. The supply chain control tower continuously calculates inventory levels based  ...
Created on 04 November 2013
2. Changes Driven by Omnichannel
(News)
Omnichannel is all over the business news for retailers, but companies are reacting to it in many different ways.Barbara Thau, on the Forbes site, describes how a number of key retailers are changing to ...
Created on 26 June 2013
3. The Buzz About Omnichannel
(Retail)
... followed many of the same paths we did. Some companies, like Staples (read about it HERE ), are making very visible attempts to blend the on-line and off-line experiences on the front end. Others have ...
Created on 25 June 2013
4. The Omni-Channel Technology Challenge
(News)
Much has been written (and posted here) about the 'new' omnichannel retail customer. As this consumer type has emerged, retailers have struggled on how to apply technology in the best and most effective ...
Created on 31 May 2013
5. It's Risky Out There
(Supply)
... have on your area and do your planning around that. In other words, don’t try to predict a tsunami, but put some thought into what would happen if your sole supplier of a critical part went off-line for ...
Created on 18 August 2012
6. It's Risky Out There
(Logistics)
... have on your area and do your planning around that. In other words, don’t try to predict a tsunami, but put some thought into what would happen if your sole supplier of a critical part went off-line for ...
Created on 18 August 2012
7. On-Line Connects With Stores
(News)
There used to be a clear separation between the on-line and off-line worlds. That's no longer the case. Big-box stores such as WalMart now use their websites to generate orders customers pick up a ...
Created on 14 July 2012