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Reimagined supply chains emerge from global crisis as enterprises focus on data insights to mitigate risk

Reimagined supply chains emerge from global crisis as enterprises focus on data insights to mitigate risk

New research from Orange Business Services found that the supply chains in 40% of multinational corporations were unable to cope with the crisis created by the pandemic. The survey of 320 enterprises, focusing on the manufacturing, transport and logistics sectors, revealed that the global crisis has dramatically changed attitudes to risk.

Iptor and HARMAN expand strategic partnership

Iptor and HARMAN expand strategic partnership

Iptor, provider of enterprise resource planning, supply chain management, planning and logistics software and services, has expanded its strategic partnership with HARMAN, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. focused on connected technologies for automotive, consumer and enterprise markets.

Wetter.com and Tesisquare collaborate for weather-driven supply chain efficiency

Wetter.com and Tesisquare collaborate for weather-driven supply chain efficiency

The collaboration between wetter.com and Tesisquare offers B2X supply chain digital solutions with weather data, expertise and forecasting algorithms.

Creating Supply Chain Flexibility for Fast and Efficient Covid-19 Vaccine Distribution

Creating Supply Chain Flexibility for Fast and Efficient Covid-19 Vaccine Distribution

By Alain Breillatt, Vice President, Product Marketing at Logistyx Technologies.

The rapid and safe delivery of billions of doses of various Covid-19 vaccines worldwide is possibly the biggest challenge that the logistics industry will face.

Brexit deal protects economy, but still much to do says Logistics UK

Brexit deal protects economy, but still much to do says Logistics UK

Business group Logistics UK has reacted with optimism to the Free Trade Agreement (FTA) reached between the UK and EU, but has cautioned that there is still much to be done to protect the nation’s supply chains, and the economy as a whole.

Through the looking glass: six predictions for retailers and supply chains in 2021

Through the looking glass: six predictions for retailers and supply chains in 2021

2020 has been a tough year for all businesses, but the retail sector has taken an especially hard hit. With a vaccine expected imminently, 2021 brings fresh hope for the embattled retail industry, but the continued rise of ecommerce means that many of the challenges faced this year will likely be here to stay in the longer-term.

Become a smart factory with ERP

Become a smart factory with ERP

By Uwe Kueppers, Manager Consulting Service, EMEA of Kalypso, a Rockwell Automation company.

Traditionally, businesses would make do with manual processes such as spreadsheets for keeping a record of the company’s financials, supply chain, operations, and human resource activities.

Simplify supply chain complexity and seize the future

Simplify supply chain complexity and seize the future

By Karl H. Lauri, managing team member at MRPeasy.com.

The combination of globalisation, e-commerce and the Internet has blown apart the post-war ‘standard business model’, which saw large companies enjoying ever-greater economies of scale through mass production and mass marketing.

Miralis Data wins Global Challenge with supply chain AI solution

Miralis Data wins Global Challenge with supply chain AI solution

Data science consultancy and software development company Miralis has won the first ever Digital Catapult UK-Germany Global Challenge, after presenting its AI solution to multinational platform solutions company and supply chain expert CHEP Europe.

46% of UK manufacturers say Covid has adversely impacted their planning

46% of UK manufacturers say Covid has adversely impacted their planning

New research from Lockton, the privately held, independent insurance broker, highlights the devastating impact of Covid-19 on UK manufacturers’ Brexit preparedness.

In its survey of 500 UK manufacturers, almost half (46%) admitted their supply chain plans have been negatively affected by the Covid-19, with 25% stating they have not made appropriate arrangements with just six weeks left of the transition period.

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