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Some Flowers may be Perennials

By | New technologies, Supply chain excellence, Supply chain planning | No Comments

I am a gardener. I love to spend Saturday afternoons with my shovel and trowel.  Having a neighbor stop by to comment on its beauty, gives me pleasure. To get the accolades, I need to have the right mix of annuals and perennials.  Annuals have bigger, brighter flowers, but they only last a season.  Perennials have less flair, but are the dependable contributors season after season.  It dawned on me this week, that my garden has some parallels…

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The Supply Chain Black Hole

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We have a black hole in the center of supply chain applications.  A black hole you say?  Yes, a black hole has developed between transactional systems focused on order-to-cash and procure-to-pay processes and supply chain optimization technologies.  It is not there by design. It has evolved because the design of supply chain technologies were insufficient to meet today’s requirements. Understanding the Black Hole What is a black hole?  In quantum…

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