Posts tagged as 'Supply chain visibility'

What’s The Coolest Place to Work?

CJWehlage
  • by CJ Wehlage
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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 […]

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SupplyChainBrain Video Series Part 6 Power of One – Collaborative Planning and Execution across the End-to-End Supply Chain

MelissaClow

In October, 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 for the coming weeks, we will be highlighting a clip […]

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SupplyChainBrain Video Series Part 5: How An Integrated Supply Chain Enables First Solar’s Business Goals

MelissaClow
  • by Melissa Clow
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In October, 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 for the coming weeks, we will be highlighting a clip. […]

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My First Quarter @ Kinaxis

ManikSharma
  • by Manik Sharma
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Manik Sharma recently joined Kinaxis as an Industry Principal. Prior to joining, he was with JDA/i2 where he spent over ten years in various solution selling and consulting positions. Manik brings over 15 years of industry experience and possess deep knowledge of supply chain management from years as a practitioner and consultant across a wide […]

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Yes Virginia, there is a Supply Chain

AndyZeitz
  • by Andy Zeitz
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My children are getting to the age now where the question that inspired the title of this blog is creeping into our dinner conversations. Luckily for me, the suggested twist in this classic exchange is not nearly as contentious or potentially upsetting as its original… Or is it? Unlike our belief in Santa Claus which […]

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Integrated Planning & Control – New Perspectives from Oliver Wight

TrevorMiles
  • by Trevor Miles
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Oliver Wight has long been at the forefront of Sales and Operations training and consulting – even to the point that many companies will tell you very proudly that they have attained Ollie Wight Class A certification for a variety of processes. Oliver Wight has also spawned several off-shoots, including Ling-Coldrick, who has done some […]

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Supply Chain Control Towers: Defined and Described by Aberdeen

TrevorMiles
  • by Trevor Miles
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Control Towers, perhaps the most important concept to come out of Supply Chain Management practices in some time, is a concept in desperate need of definition and description. Aberdeen recently ran a survey of Business Intelligence (BI) looking for answers, and came away with some great insight and good direction. But BI does not provide […]

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Inventory Gluts: Avoiding butter mountains and wine lakes

JennyTyrrell
  • by Jenny Tyrrell
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In the 1980’s, Europe had what was colloquially known as butter mountains and wine lakes. Farmers in the EU under capitation grants were being paid to produce product for which there was no market. The overhang was enormous, and this inventory glut of unsold butter and wine went on to impact the price industry could […]

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