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CIO Talk Network Podcast

Sep 22, 2016

Whether it is about moving people and cargo, fleet and fuel efficiency, asset protection, visibility into user behavior or product usage, IoT is being looked as a major disruptive force for Supply Chain. Is it just a tall claim? If IoT is likely to make such an deep impact on Supply Chain, how should...


Oct 3, 2012

Today, global business demands firms leverage global supply chains and service global customers. Pandemics, natural disasters, or terrorist attacks could undermine the continuity of this global supply system. Furthermore, with everyone interconnected, even small localized events could cause significant interruptions in...


Aug 1, 2012

In the new global economy, how can manufacturers create value, cut costs, and reduce their exposure to volatile commodity price swings that squeeze profits? Perhaps by collaborating with suppliers and customers to extend the lifecycle of products, components, and materials while rethinking their business model to retain...


Feb 8, 2012

The old traditional supply chain “pushed products to market.” How achievable would it be to turn this around and make it into a “demand-driven” supply chain where all the supply chain partners were aligned to “pull product to sales?” Regardless of the business environment, a demand-driven supply chain could...


May 4, 2011

Supply chain management has never been a piece of cake. There are challenges related to cost fluctuations, supply disruptions, transportation capacity misjudgments, constraints, and many other challenges. Are you fully utilizing your ability to interconnect, automate, and introducing intelligence to the way your supply...