Big data isn’t only about the amount of information involved; it’s also about the ability to process and analyze it from multiple angles.
In almost every supply chain project we’ve been involved in it has been necessary to improve master data. It’s almost a cliché these days but any system is only as good as the data you put into it.
The biggest single supply chain theme in the news these last months has been transparency.
In an earlier post I reflected on how far RELEX has come as a company. It made me realize that our values are much the same now as they’ve always been.
By analyzing the lessons and making informed tweaks to your processes, it’s possible to make a significant difference next year and every year to come.
Finally let’s look at how to manage the end of the season successfully. It’s easy, right?
Managing seasons is important for almost every retailer. In some sectors, such as fashion, it’s absolutely vital to a company’s profitability.
Big data isn’t only about the amounts of information involved but also about the ability to process and analyse it from multiple angles.
Bringing product view or customer behaviour data from website into your supply chain planning and analytics tool can be very useful.
In-memory computing and SaaS models will shake up the supply chain planning software market. It is a view shared by leading technology analysts such as Gartner.
The top post-season supply chain management tips to better manage future seasons and forecast demand more accurately.