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5G & the Future of Connectivity: 7 Industries the New Wireless Technology Could Transform

Network connectivity is about to catch a gigantic wave as 5G technology emerges. Yet this dramatic change has the potential to both transform and disrupt a wide range of industries and global marketplaces, from manufacturing to transportation services to supply chain management. See the seven industries that 5G technology could ultimately transform.READ MORE at Supply Chain 24/7

How Industrial IoT Impacts Today’s Supply Chains

“The industrial IoT will play an important part in the evolution of supply chains from linear point-to-point models to network or circular models. Business efficiency, sustainability and regulatory pressures are causing many companies to investigate these new approaches, but IoT and blockchain actually make it feasible to adopt the new business models,” says Alan Griffiths. READ [...]

Exclusive from JDA: Making the Autonomous Supply Chain a Reality

An autonomous supply chain can help businesses respond with immediacy and decisiveness, says Girish Rishi, CEO of JDA. “This technology is designed to deliver on-demand, navigate disruptions months in advance and help keep your business ahead of any changes in customer buying behavior. Rishi details three core tenets for developing an autonomous supply chain.READ MORE [...]

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The Fourth Industrial Revolution: Some Supply Chain Managers Just Don’t Get It

“The source of competitive advantage is about to change, and your current strategy is most likely going to kill your business unless you prepare,” warns Michael Gravier of Bryant University. “Most supply chain leaders don’t really understand what’s so different about the changes underway thanks to technology, or are simply unable to afford the technology.”READ [...]

Digital Transformation Helping Procurement to “Do More with Less”

The Hackett Group found there is still significant need for procurement to address its critical development priorities for 2019. This includes improving analytical capabilities, aligning skills and talent with business needs, leveraging supplier relationships, enhancing agility and achieving true customer-centricity. READ MORE at Supply Chain Management Review

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