Tag: SAP


Demand, Sales and Operations Planning, Supply Chain, Supply sensing

epitaph n.  An inscription on a tombstone in memory of the one buried there.  A brief literary piece commemorating the deceased. A final...

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Big data supply chains, Market-Driven, Supply Chain

It is midnight in Melbourne, and I cannot sleep. I hate jet lag. Tomorrow, at 10:30 AM, I will buckle my seat belt for a 22-hour journey...

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March Winds Signaling Spring?

Market-Driven, Supply chain excellence, Supply chain planning

I live near the water in Baltimore; and as I write this blog, the spring winds are blowing hard against my windows.  The glass is...

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A Real NoWHERE Man?

Downstream data • 3 Comments

The briefing starts with the statement, “We are a DSR provider.”  I then ask, “What does that mean?” And the fun begins…. In...

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Raving, Ranting, and Craving

New technologies, Supply chain planning

They call it Base Camp.  I shun boots on this hot day and I do not have the inclination to camp. I want to go anywhere but to a Base Camp....

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Turning up the Heat: A Hot Topic on a Hot Afternoon

Demand driven, Downstream data • One Comment

“I have given up that I will ever find an ideal trade promotion solution, ” J&J presentation, Consumer Goods Technology...

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Inside Insider

New technologies, Supply chain excellence, Supply chain planning, Uncategorized • 5 Comments

Insights from the Supply Chain Shaman on SAP Insider event in Milan

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