What’s ahead for supply chain planners? Automation of supply chain planning today is often in its infancy - very manual and time-consuming with cumbersome changes. Or it’s advanced with planning being revolutionized by new technologies. Will planners become obsolete? READ MORE @ Supply Chain Management Review
Kenn Cottrill from MIT says that artificial intelligence (AI) along with machine learning have captured the imaginations of supply chain professionals. However, he adds, “… practitioners should not underestimate the amount of preparatory work that needs to be done to provide a strong foundation for AI applications that can yield real value.” READ MORE at Supply Chain Management [...]
In the race to implement AI in the Supply Chain, the results have been disappointing, says Greg Brady of One Network Enterprises, a global provider of a multi-party business network. He explains how AI can offer a huge benefit to Supply Chain managers. READ MORE
Jeff Butler from Supply and Demand Chain Executive says that machine learning can uncover layers of imperfect Internet of Things data, leading to powerful insights to maximize efficient supply chain operation. “Modern computers running machine learning algorithms have the capacity to consider and test millions of possibilities that the human brain could never consider in fractions of a [...]
Ready to implement AI into your supply chain? Greg Brady, CEO and founder of One Network Enterprises says AI can offer a huge benefit to supply chain managers, but only if it is based on solid fundamentals that take into account the diverse and dynamic nature of today’s modern supply chains. Read more here.