Category Archives: Supply sensing

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Seeing Beyond the Firewall

By | customer-centric supply chains, Demand, Downstream data, Market-Driven, Supply sensing | No Comments

Supply Chain Operating Networks: The building of supply chain applications using many-to-many architectures to connect multiple parties to multiple trading partners to improve multi-tier supply chain visibility, planning and execution to improve relationships in extended value chains.   The winds of a recession are whipping. Trade winds are changing. Globalization and localization are happening simultaneously. Growth has slowed and customers are more fickle. Yet, the supply chain organization cannot see. The…

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Power B2B Networks

By | Big data supply chains, Market-Driven, New technologies, Supply Chain, Supply Chain Insights Community, Supply sensing | 2 Comments

If you ask companies if they would like better inventory  and global supply chain visibility, you will get an overwhelming answer of, “Yes!” However, if you ask companies how they define and deliver global business visibility, you will get stares like, “Doesn’t everyone know what global visibility means?” The answer is simple. They don’t. The term supply chain visibility varies by role. In our recent report on defining supply chain…

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EDI: Workhorse of the Extended Supply Chain

By | Supply Chain, Supply sensing | 3 Comments

work·horse   noun\ˈwərk-ˌhȯrs\ : a dependable person who does a lot of work : a dependable machine or vehicle that is used to do a lot of work EDI is the workhorse of B2B connectivity. It is not new. It is not sexy. Four decades after its creation, supply chain executives see it as slow and expensive. They are frustrated. They question the value. But it does matter and slowly, we are making progress. In…

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How Do You Define a Mature Supply Chain Planning Organization? (Part 1)

By | Demand, Sales and Operations Planning, Supply Chain, Supply sensing | No Comments

It was a sultry day in Philadelphia. Last week, it felt like August not May. I found myself counting the street signs to be sure that I was on track for my 8:00 a.m. client meeting.  Not being a morning person, my feet mechanically moved my body forward. I was not sure what the discussion was going to be, but I was hoping to be wide-awake by the time that I got…

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