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Provides real-time news and information updated throughout the business day, covering supply chain, manufacturing and logistics technologies for corporate managers and hi-tech professionals.
  1. 96,000 UK retailers failing to recognise value of effective pricing

    Around 96,000* UK retailers are putting their business at risk by failing to grasp the importance of an effective pricing strategy. The figure was published in a report by pricing and automation specialist, Omnia Retail, which questioned retail businesses on the scope and efficacy of their pricing processes.
  2. Innovation key to creating successful global supply chains

    Budding managers can learn how to successfully lead supply chains of the future by creating cultures of innovation and adopting latest technologies, in all sectors of their organisation. This is one of many areas covered in the University of London’s latest degree programme, the MSc in Supply Chain Management and Global Logistics.
  3. The best things come in small packages for retail SMEs

    By Matthew Robertson, Co-CEO, NetDespatch.

    “Britain is a nation of shopkeepers,” is the famous phrase coined by economist Adam Smith to explain the desire of a commercial nation to secure ever-expanding markets for its wares.
  4. 86 percent of UK retailers haven’t completed supply chain digitisation

    According to new research released from Gravity Supply Chain Solutions, 86 percent of UK retailers haven’t completed the digitisation processes (using a cloud based platform with real time visibility, and automation capabilities) required to give them full control of their supply chain.
  5. Research shows that retailers have five days to crack the sale, before risk of losing the customer rapidly increases

    New research by retail technology expert Conversity has revealed that just under half (43 per cent) of shoppers researching complex purchases such as mobile phones, laptops or broadband packages make a buying decision within five days.
  6. Pet food manufacturer snaps up FuturMaster supply chain technology across globe

    Royal Canin, the pet food manufacturer owned by Mars Inc., has started to roll-out FuturMaster’s cloud-based demand planning software as part of a supply chain initiative to standardise processes across the globe and improve efficiencies. The new technology, which has so far been deployed in the US, is expected to help manage the growing complexity of supplying the right products at the right time to over a hundred markets around the world.
  7. Adapting to a Digital World - Agile, Collaborative and Innovative Supply Chain Management

    There are now only five weeks until Digital Supply Chain will be returning to Amsterdam. So if you haven’t already booked your seat, now is the time.
  8. QAD DynaSys and Delos Partnership announce the first QuickStart IBP conference on the 26th of February 2019 in Birmingham, UK

    The economic & business landscape is changing at an unprecedented pace. Customer expectations, innovation, growth and margin targets, staying competitive all create huge pressure on supply chains to adapt and work in new ways.
  9. Retailers focus on savings to avoid becoming another high street casualty

    Dave Locke, Field CTO at World Wide Technology, explores how retailers can reassess their 2019 strategies and reduce outgoings in an increasingly challenging environment.
  10. Five key trends shaping the supply chain in 2019

    By Charlie Pool, CEO, Stowga.

    2018 was a turbulent year for most industries - logistics and supply chain was no exception. With Brexit, stockpiling, supply chain problems for big brands, and big name retailers closing stores left, right and centre, the next year is undoubtedly going to be as eventful, if not more so.
  11. The Supply Chain Academy and Leeds Trinity University have signed an agreement to deliver Degree Apprenticeship in supply chain management

    25 apprentices, including employees of Uniserve, Henry Shein and Royal Mail have enrolled to study for the Supply Chain Leadership Professional Degree Apprenticeship over the next three years.
  12. Report finds retailers must disrupt last mile delivery and slash unprofitable delivery models

    Capgemini has launched the findings of its global study exploring how retailer investment in ‘last mile delivery’ – the final leg of the online purchase journey before reaching the customer’s hands – is critical to uncover new revenue streams.
  13. What’s in store for retail in 2019? Manhattan Associates makes its top 5 predictions

    With shoppers becoming ever more demanding and retailers under pressure to deliver the seamless service experience consumers crave, Manhattan Associates, Inc. has identified five key themes it believes are set to dominate the retail agenda in 2019:
  14. Logility merges the art and science of retail planning with new inspiration board, enhanced analytics and digital asset library

    Logility, Inc., a leading provider of advanced retail planning and collaborative supply chain optimisation solutions, has announced a set of enhanced capabilities available within the Logility Voyager Solutions Retail Optimisation platform.
  15. TrueCommerce recognised as a Leader in IDC MarketScape for Worldwide Multi-Enterprise Supply Chain Commerce Network

    TrueCommerce, a global provider of trading partner connectivity, integration and unified commerce solutions, has announced it was positioned in the Leaders category of the IDC MarketScape for Worldwide Multi-Enterprise Supply Chain Commerce Network report.
  16. How the Supply Chain is Becoming More Connected Through the IoT and Smart Technology

    It looks like the world is in for another industrial revolution as the global supply chain welcomes new developments brought about by the Internet of Things (IoT) and smart technology. The manufacturing landscape has become so competitive that industry executives have started scrambling to find ways to keep up with the latest tech and business innovations.
  17. Manhattan Associates elevates in-store customer service with expanded customer engagement solution

    Manhattan Associates Inc. has extended the capabilities of its Customer Engagement offering with new in-store functionality.
  18. Ivanti Supply Chain delivers powerful scalability with Avalanche 6.3

    Ivanti Supply Chain is enhancing supply chain mobility with the launch of Avalanche 6.3, powered by Wavelink. Designed to meet the increasing demands of supply chain enterprises migrating to Android, Ivanti Avalanche 6.3 is a proven Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution that delivers powerful scalability and security enhancements.
  19. Laura Ashley customises online retail experiences globally with Oracle Commerce Cloud

    Laura Ashley, an international lifestyle retailer, has selected Oracle Commerce Cloud to support its growing global online business.
  20. The Supply Chain of the Future

    Supply chains are modernising at a rapid rate as organisations look to capture the opportunity and potential offered by new technology and digitalisation.

    Aligned to Industry 4.0, Supply Chain 4.0, combines new tools and solutions including; Internet of Things (IoT), advanced robotics and automation in the supply chain, cutting edge technology such as blockchain, advanced analytics and the management of ‘big data’.
  21. The four trends that will position procurement as the driver of organisational change

    By Alex Saric, Smart Procurement Expert, Ivalua.

    We are heading into an uncertain year. Whether it’s the increasing complexity of the supply chain in the face of globalisation, the race to discover and deploy the latest emerging technologies or the impact of Brexit on the supply and movement of goods – organisations need to be able to overcome the challenges ahead and keep everything running smoothly.
  22. John Lewis & Partners targets greater store efficiencies with Paragon

    John Lewis & Partners has implemented Paragon’s Live Management software to increase the efficiency of its nationwide operation.
  23. A ‘Pragmatic’ approach to storage and distribution of UK manufactured components will ensure car plants won’t stall following a No-deal Brexit

    UK automotive manufacturers needn’t fear being hit by unexpected delays or new tariffs imposed on EU-sourced components following a no-deal Brexit, argues B.G. Bullas’ Managing Director, Nathalie Wheeldon, in a new industry study. She believes there are many UK component manufacturers able to plug sudden breaks in supply chains, when combined with a pragmatic approach to storage and distribution.
  24. Gen Z driving retail’s cashierless future

    To borrow that famous quote from the great American author Mark Twain, reports of the death of the physical retail store have been greatly exaggerated.
  25. Three trends that will disrupt MEA’s supply chain industry in 2019

    Thanks to customer expectations, the supply chain, and logistics industry have evolved significantly over the past few years. Brick and mortar processes of delivering goods and services are just not good enough. Hence, surfaces the need to deploy technologies that empower business to keep up with customers.
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