SupplyChainBrain attended our annual Kinexions user conference, and while there, they completed a number of video interviews with customers, analysts, and Kinaxis executives. And, we’d like to share them!
In the age of the Internet of Things, how can companies extract meaningful insights from the mass of data that is available to them today? We get answers from Yogesh Amraotkar of the Innovation and Solutions Group of Cognizant.
SupplyChainBrain attended our annual Kinexions user conference. At our event they completed a number of video interviews with some customers, analysts, and Kinaxis executives. These videos are loaded with great information and we would like to share it with our readers. Each week, we have been sharing the clips. The final video in our series […]
I received my personally signed copy of Lora Cecere’s Bricks Matter and it immediately had me thinking that I have always wanted to do a book review. As for reviewing this particular text, I also thought it might be nice to bring a perspective that was not steeped in traditional supply chain knowledge and experience. […]
CJ Wehlage recently joined Kinaxis as vice president, high tech solutions. Wehlage joins a senior team of technical and industry experts that are a highly-leveraged resource for the company’s most critical initiatives across the sales, marketing and client services organizations. Wehlage brings over 20 years of industry experience both as a supply chain practitioner and […]
In the original blog, “Truth, Lies, and Statistical Modeling in Supply Chain”, John Skelton asked if I had not mistakenly used “too much inventory”instead of “too little inventory” in the highlighted section of the sentence below: “If we determine safety stock based upon the average demand, which is the usual manner of determining safety stock, […]
Windows 8 is here and the Surface tablet is shipping. Is this going to put excitement back into Microsoft or just fall with the thud of Windows 7 phones, Zune, and some many other launches of the past ten years? Just over 12 years ago, literally at the turn of the century, Microsoft was still […]
It is with great surprise that I read about the demise of yet another company focused on supply chain planning, namely the purchase of JDA by RedPrairie for $1.9B. Of course RedPrairie does not see it in this manner. They see this as growth, as opportunity. Equally interesting is that it is RedPrairie, with revenues […]
In the current corporate climate, most companies are seeking to increase market share by flexing their supply chain to meet the needs of both the company and the customer. The question for many corporations comes back time and time again to: How can market share be retained or even post gains with on time performance? […]