Archive for Past Episode – Elemica

Digital Transformation: Why It’s Not an ‘Easy’ Button [Video]

Roger A. Ciarleglio, SVP Sales, North America at Elemica, discusses the following questions and more in this timely and informative episode: How do you define Digital Transformation, and from your perspective, where are most companies today on this journey? When you talk to your clients and prospects, what are they trying to achieve with digital […]

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Supply Chain Visibility: Lessons Learned and Future Opportunities

Cindi Hane, Vice President Product Management at Elemica, discusses the following questions and more in this timely and informative episode: How does supply chain visibility fit relative to other trends and topics that are generating a lot of interest today, such “The Digital Supply Chain” and Industrie 4.0? What have been some of the lessons […]

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Navigating the Risks in Supply Chain Management

David Cahn, Director of Product Marketing at Elemica, discusses the following questions and more in this timely and informative episode: What do you see as the biggest supply chain risks companies face today? Are you seeing supply chain professionals paying more attention to cyber threats? When you talk to your clients about supply chain risk […]

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The Flexibility Inside: Addressing Diverse Industry Requirements in a Supply Chain Operating Network

All industries (and the companies within them) have their own unique business processes and requirements. The introduction of new regulations and different operating realities by country add more layers of requirements and complexity. From a technology standpoint, how can supply chain operating networks enable this diversity in business requirements? What’s the difference between customization and […]

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Transforming the B2B Buying Experience: The Role of Consumers and Supply Chain Operating Networks

As consumers use technology for personal buying they are inadvertently resetting expectations much higher for business-to-business (B2B) buying experiences. Technology in the palm of the consumers’ hand is delivering high quality user experiences, easy order visibility into deliveries, transparency in pricing, and product/service review comparisons. When you order an Uber car, for example, you can see […]

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A Critical Goal for Supply Chain Executives: Developing a Workforce That Cares

In recent years, there’s been plenty of conversation about there being a talent shortage in supply chain management, which has prompted companies to focus more attention on their recruitment, training, and retention practices. But here’s a question many supply chain executives still struggle to answer: how do we get all of our employees to care […]

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