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What's Keeping Supply Chain Managers Awake at Night?
 
Global Trade Management: Best Practices to Outpace Change
 
Supply Chain Planning Transformation: A Practitioner's Roadmap
 
AI at Work in the Supply Chain
 
 
 
 
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What's Keeping Supply Chain Managers Awake at Night?
 

This is the third in a series of white papers reporting the results of the Beyond the Horizon supply chain research project by Michigan State University, conducted in partnership with the APICS Supply Chain Council. This aspect of the Beyond the Horizon project investigates the current business practices of more than 50 firms through surveys and interviews with executives and studies what executives identify as critical issues they are “wrestling with.”

 
 
 
 
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Global Trade Management: Best Practices to Outpace Change
 

Global trade management has become a hot topic in supply chain circles. Companies involved in international trade are likely to be affected by changes resulting from Brexit, the USMCA, and US/China trade agreements. How should companies respond, and do they have the capabilities and technologies required to tackle these challenges? Get best practices from Aberdeen.

 
 
 
 
Transformation
Supply Chain Planning Transformation: A Practitioner's Roadmap
 

In the context of supply chain planning, transformation involves improving an organization’s abilities to make decisions about which products to keep in stock, where to keep them, when to replenish them, how to improve service levels for customers, how to liquidate excess stock in the most profitable way and how to quickly respond to changes in customer demand

Agile, data driven, speedy and highly automated supply chain planning operations are becoming increasingly critical in today’s fast-paced, global business world. This e-book provides practical steps and a best practice roadmap to guide you on your transformative journey.

 
 
 
 
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AI at Work in the Supply Chain
 

The ever-increasing adoption of artificial intelligence and machine learning across a variety of industries is evidence of the transformative and tangible business impact these technologies have the potential to provide — when integrated responsibly and transparently.

One sector in particular that is experiencing growth in incorporating AI is supply chain management. From predictive capabilities for optimized demand planning to autonomous vehicles and warehouse robotics, stakeholders across the supply chain will continue to harness a proliferation of data sources and technology that enables them to cut costs and accelerate profits for organizations of all sizes and across all industries.

 
 
 
 
 
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