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1. Why Machine Learning is Right for Your Supply Chain Strategy
(Technology)
... time but machines can integrate data on conditions across a company’s supply chain from sources like weather, news, and social media. That combination can be put to use in predicting what will be needed ...
Created on 13 August 2018
2. The Rise of Logistics Tech Activates Entrepreneurs
(Logistics)
... platform that can manage routing for large and small companies, who have basic though complex needs, such as vehicle capacities, traffic, weather, driver skills, compliance, demand shaping, multi-distribution ...
Created on 30 August 2017
3. Risk Management Becomes Top of Mind
(News)
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
4. Raining on Your Supply Chain Parade
(News)
...  and disruprtions of supply chains will be more prevalent as extreme weather becomes more common. Check out the article by Kaitlyn McAvoy on the Spend Matters site HERE. ...
Created on 12 August 2016
5. Using Behavior to Your Advantage
(Management)
... free to openly challenge the way I walk, where I’m walking, when I’m walking, how fast I’m walking, who else is walking with us, why we’re walking, the current weather conditions, our shoes, the brand ...
Created on 04 December 2015
6. IOT Integration and the B2B2X Supply Chain
(Integration)
...  a software platform for Union Pacific, the largest railroad in the U.S., that gathers crucial information like weather data and track conditions from the sensors placed on the trains and on the track ...
Created on 02 July 2015
7. Suppliers Gain from Understanding POS Data
(Supply)
... Data to give everyone a 360-degree view. My favorite is integrating with weather forecasts. Imagine: when to order extra snow shovels or fans! Additional reading on Sharing POS Data ...
Created on 11 May 2015
8. When The Weather Gets Rough, Retail Goes Omni-Channel To Survive
(Retail)
... of the buying experience so anyone, ranging from the individual consumer to multi-national corporations, can buy what they want, when they want, weather and location be dammed. According to Applied ...
Created on 06 May 2015
9. How Managed EDI Tools Offset Supply Chain Risk And Complexity
(EDI)
... ut “knowledge”. Air controllers get information on weather, speed, direction, and altitude of aircraft and use that knowledge to keep their air space safe. Companies must know what is happening with th ...
Created on 27 April 2015
10. Climate Change-Related Risks
(News)
Risk is all around us. In the supply chain, that's a fact of life. One area that US companies seem to be behind their global competitors in is preparation for weather-related disruptions caused by climat ...
Created on 17 February 2015
11. Supply Chain Predictions for 2015
(Supply)
... 2014 there was an explosion in the application of drones for myriad purposes, so even if your Christmas parcels aren’t dropped on your doorstep by a drone, chances are drones were involved in weather, ...
Created on 29 December 2014
12. Responding To Mistakes
(Management)
... y, long set-up time; Natural disasters – epidemics, earthquakes, extreme weather; A new concern, is supplier insolvency amid an economic downturn. While economic crises don’t come up as frequently ...
Created on 13 October 2014
13. Here Comes the Industrial IoT
(Technology)
... reduce fuel costs.   GE designed a software platform for Union Pacific, the largest railroad in the U.S., that gathers crucial information like weather data and track conditions from the sensors ...
Created on 08 October 2014
14. Top 5 Disaster Risks To Your Business
(Management)
... l events owners need to be concerned by.   Weather-related storms like hurricanes, tornadoes and Nor'easters can wreak far more havoc. According to the Insurance Service Office, below are listed the  ...
Created on 24 September 2014
15. What's Visibility Mean to You?
(Blogs)
... and finished goods prices are heading, what suppliers’ capabilities are, where specific orders are in the production process, how forecasted weather will affect demand/production, how much product is available ...
Created on 15 September 2014
16. Manufacturing Numbers are Looking Up
(News)
Things are looking up for manufacturing, according to the latest numbers from the ISM. All categories aren't rosy, but it looks good enough to give us some hope for the future.The numbers don't lie. Check ...
Created on 12 May 2014
17. Stabilizing The Supply Chain
(Supply)
... d clean and what rooms they would not clean? Think about “risk management” for a moment. We categorize, classify and rank what we identify as “risks” to our supply chain. Could be weather-related, accident ...
Created on 20 December 2013
18. IT Risk
(News)
Everyone in the supply chain business worries about disruptions. Usually, it's related to the usual problem sources: weather, natural disasters, financial problems, and the like.On the Forbes site, Michae ...
Created on 18 November 2013
19. Supply Chain Management Control Towers and BIG DATA
(Supply)
...  than ever. Suppliers are also vulnerable on the land, sea and air. Issues arise from political events, weather, security and health issues. The possibilities are almost endless. Yes, you can monitor new ...
Created on 04 November 2013
20. Big Uses for Big Data
(Technology)
...  maps, weather-related cell phone warning messages, you’re able to control devices at home from far away using your cellphone, and many other enhancements to your life due to the analytics and capabilitie ...
Created on 24 October 2013