Tag: e2open

Should We Celebrate this Marriage?

Digital Supply Chain, Global Supply Chains, Network of Networks, New technologies • One Comment

E2open is acquiring INTTRA pending federal approval. Is this a knot to be tied? Does this deserve congratulations or concern? Here I share...

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E2open Acquires Zyme: A Bridge Too Far?

Demand, Downstream data

This week, E2open announced a definitive agreement to acquire Zyme. For readers of this blog that do not know Zyme, the company focuses on...

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Five Trends That Excite Me!

Big data supply chains, market-driven value chains, Market-driven value networks, Supply Chain visibility • One Comment

Holiday travel. Packed airports and the children screaming in unison. Today as I sit scrunched into a coach seat in 26C, working on this...

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Evolution of B2B Networks

Risk management, Supply Chain

Today Thoma Bravo, a private equity investment firm, announced a definitive agreement to purchase Elemica, a provider of Supply Chain...

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Infor’s Acquistion of GT Nexus: If I Had a Magic Wand

New technologies, Risk management, Supplier development, Supply Chain visibility

As an analyst, when technology providers acquire and divest companies, I get invited to pre-announcement conferences. In these sessions the...

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Three Tough Headlines: What Can We Learn?

Demand, Supply Chain, Supply Chain Insights • 2 Comments

Today is a rainy day in Philadelphia. I am recovering from bronchitis. I am reflective as the rain sheets down my window. My travels this...

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