CSCMP's Supply Chain Quarterly
November 20, 2017
Supply Chain Executive Insight E-Newsletter
Each month the Supply Chain Executive Insight e-newsletter will include brief articles about developments that are often overlooked by other supply chain publications. We will present you with summaries of the latest research as well as new ideas on how to make your supply chain operations more effective. And we'll offer commentary that sheds light on what's happening in supply chains today.
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The Current and Future State of Digital Supply Chain Transformation The Current and Future State of Digital Supply Chain Transformation

Executives see a large gap between the current state of digital transformation across their extended global value chains and what they expect to see in just five years from now. Those are the results of a global research study conducted by Capgemini Consulting and GT Nexus. The study surveyed 337 executives from some of the largest global manufacturing and retail organizations from 20 different countries around the world — largely from Europe and North America.


Presented by: GT Nexus
Date: May 2017
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Transportation Transformation: Shifting the Focus From Cost Cutting to Value Creation Transportation Transformation: Shifting the Focus From Cost Cutting to Value Creation

Transportation management software (TMS) has been proven to drive efficiency, data accuracy, and freight spend reduction when adopted by an organization that previously relied on manual systems and spreadsheets to organize shipping operations. But much of these benefits are trapped within silos. In addition, lack of visibility translates to a loss of both agility and control. It's important for companies to consider how they'll build global supply chain visibility, especially when third party service providers own the execution data around shipment status, carrier performance, and freight costs within their own systems.

In this report, American Shipper Magazine explains how traditional TMS addresses issues in isolation. A shared global view of the supply chain is needed to break down silos and enable TMS to become a value generating engine.


Presented by: GT Nexus
Date: February 2017
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