Tag: Supply chain

supply chain management

Supplier Experience Management in the post-Covid world

Supply chain management is amongst the top 5 business priorities in 2022. Trade tensions, COVID-19 lockdowns, and the closure of the Suez channel have caused unprecedented disruptions. Organisations have been forced to prioritise supply chain management to the top of...

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Five best practices to improve sustainability in business for last-mile deliveries 

In a recent report, Accenture describes last mile deliveries as being at a crucial moment in terms of sustainability: “The last mile ecosystem is at a tipping point. Go one way, and it can extend these gains. Go the other...

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Supply chain resilience lies in advanced technology

The ongoing supply chain crisis is causing B2B suppliers to split their focus between tackling logistical issues and delivering a seamless customer experience. At the same time, many are in the process of either implementing or optimising their B2B eCommerce...

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Global supply chain crisis forcing customers to buy local, global SOTI research finds 

More than half (52%) of global consumers said they are less likely to order an item that requires shipping from overseas than they were a year ago. A third (36%) said that if delivery or pick up of an item...

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Supply chain crisis: no Christmas presents this year?

The UK’s ongoing supply chain crisis, with both Brexit and COVID related issues, has resulted in an extremely unwelcome vortex of challenges for the retail sector. This has spared unsurprising concern from consumers and suppliers alike. Warnings of disruption from sector leaders at various points across the supply chain, whether from retailers or shipping executives, has been met...

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Staying Afloat With Inventory Management

Imagining a world whereby stock isn’t tracked and managed is barely worth thinking about. We’d miss out on sales, end up with too much stock to store in a back office – or even worse, suffer from increased costs as...

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