Monthly Archives: December 2017

Agile Supply Chain Software Implementation

Supply Chain Software Implementation
For decades, companies have tried and failed at supply chain software implementation that meet tangible business objectives. Supply chain software must be implemented in an iterative approach to deliver the right value to your processes, schedule, and bottom line. Profit Point’s white paper on Agile Supply Chain Software Implementation details: • Why traditional supply chain …
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Supply Chain Challenges during the Retail Recession

Supply Chain Challenges
Last summer we were having dinner with some friends. One of the people at the table worked for DineEquity, the parent company of Applebee’s. He proceeded to tell us about the current initiative to redo the cooking equipment in all Applebee restaurants with wood-fired grills. They were going to introduce wood fired steak, chicken, pork …
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Do you feel as if you are running faster and faster just to keep up?

Do you feel as if you are running faster and faster just to keep up?
I just finished a book on the swirling times we are in, called Thank you for Being Late by Thomas L. Friedman.  In it Mr. Friedman pauses to reflect on the forces currently reshaping our world. With the tumultuous, confusing, threatening, forces of advances in technology, (due to Moore’s Law), Globalization of the Market, and Climate …
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The Synergy Between Self-Driving and Electric Vehicles

The Synergy between Self-Driving and Electric Vehicles
Big Trends in Land-Based Modes of Transportation There are 2 big trends that are happening right now in the development of future land-based modes of transportation.  The first is the development of autonomous, self-driving vehicles and the second is continued work in perfecting electrically powered drive trains for cars and trucks. Obstacles to Widespread Adoption …
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