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1. What does crypto currency have to do with the supply chain?
... are companies getting onboard with the concept because of its unique combination of advantages. It’s been reported that big industry players like BMW and Norwegian based risk management company DNV GL ...
Created on 12 March 2018
2. Rethink Fraud Strategy as Average Merchant’s Costs Climb to $15.5 Million
... Travel Fraud Symposium in London, Merchants Payment Ecosystem 2018 in Berlin and the 10X Growth Conference in Las Vegas. For details on Chargebacks911’s comprehensive risk management solutions, informative ...
Created on 19 February 2018
3. Blockchain Obstacles and Opportunities
...    Yet despite growing interest among investors, blockchain has not yet gained wide consumer acceptance. Monica Eaton-Cardone, an IT executive specializing in FinTech, risk management and fraud prevention, ...
Created on 01 January 2018
4. Full-Circle Fraud: How the Equifax Breach Will Lead to Merchant Losses
... A business can use just about every tool available, but without diligent risk management, it won’t amount to much. Post-hack, merchants need to stay on top of their game. Otherwise, they will quickly ...
Created on 10 October 2017
5. National Retail Systems Implements New Platform
There is a new supply chain risk management platform available for the industry, reports IOT Portal. National Retail Systems, Inc. (NRS) and ALTO US have partnered to bring ALTO’s platform to members. ...
Created on 05 July 2017
6. The Path to a Sustainable Supply Chain
Two of the major areas of focus for supply chain management, cost reduction and risk management, aren't necessarily what will drive sustainability.To improve as a sustainable enterprise, the emphasis need ...
Created on 09 March 2017
7. Developing Risk Management Practices
Risk awareness in the procurement function has improved considerably. However, risk management is still not consistent across the business landscape.On the Spend Matters site, Sydney Lazarus provides a ...
Created on 06 March 2017
8. eCommerce Risks
You may not see the terms 'risk management' and 'ecommerce' in the same sentence very often, but they indeed belong together. That's due to the growing presence of omnichannel consumers, their high expectatio ...
Created on 03 January 2017
9. A Rough Ride Ahead
Business leaders crave consistency. Our recent presidential election has introduced a dose of unpredictability into events, and executives are trying to make decisions based on guesses and assumptions.Bob ...
Created on 05 December 2016
10. The Jetson's Visit the Supply Chain
The future looks pretty interesting in the procurement arena, according to Chris Haydon from SAP Ariba in an article on the Spend Matters site.What used to sound far-out is now achievable, with processes ...
Created on 05 December 2016
11. Surviving a Natural Disaster
How can you best plan for a natural disaster if you don't know what it is or when it'll hit? Supply chains are always at risk, but preparedness is a key to making it through catastrophes.In an article ...
Created on 24 November 2016
12. Silos Must Go!
Everybody says they hate silos, but there sure seems to be a lot of them still around. Gary Barraco has studied the problem as it relates to supply chains and has come to the conclusion that to survive ...
Created on 24 November 2016
13. Begin With the Basics in Managing Risk
Risk management continues to be top-of-mind for supply chain professionals. A recent ISM panel meeting produced a great quote on the topic from a BCG consultant: Know Your Supplier.Sounds almost too simple, ...
Created on 25 October 2016
14. Focus on Managing the Right Risk
We're always one disaster away from disaster, right? When we're doing our risk management planning, we're not necessary solving the right problem, according to Pierre Mitchell.On the Spend Matters site, ...
Created on 19 October 2016
15. Risk Management Becomes Top of Mind
Everyone believes in risk management, but sometimes it takes a real disaster to get things moving. The latest bankruptcy news about Hanjin Shipping is an example of a non-weather related disaster that ...
Created on 12 September 2016
16. Research on Big Data in Supply Chains
With all of the hype out there about the wonders of Big Data in the supply chain, it's a little puzzling to hear that most companies don't yet have a strategy for its use.Although the potential benefits ...
Created on 16 June 2016
17. GM Changes Approach to Risk Mitigation
When you consider risk management for supply chains, it can be helpful to learn how the big automotive manufacturers view the problem. The well-publicized issues related to the tsunami in Japan in 2011 ...
Created on 02 June 2016
18. Changes in the SCM Software Landscape
The rise in global supply chains, risk management needs, and visibility requirements are driving changes in the supply chain software environment. Software suppliers have lagged a bit in responding to ...
Created on 16 May 2016
19. Connecting the Supply Chain Dots
Connecting-the-dots sounds like childs' play, but in reality it's a challenge supply chain managers face every day. You must connect the dots from your ultimate customer all the way upstream through your ...
Created on 18 April 2016
20. Designing Outside-In Supply Chains
Outside-in is the way to go when pivoting your supply chain to a more digital approach according to the Supply Chain Shaman, Lora Cecere, in an article on her site.Too many companies are out-of-step with ...
Created on 18 April 2016