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  1. DynaSys announces the release of DSCP 2018

    DynaSys, provider of demand and supply chain planning solutions, has announced the general availability of DSCP 2018 (demand and supply chain planning), the latest version of the integrated end-to-end DynaSys solution.
  2. Balancing B2B and B2C – the modern supply chain fulfilment challenge

    Following Manhattan Associates’ Manhattan Exchange 2018 event in Amsterdam last week, Manufacturing & Logistics IT spoke with the company’s Senior Director – Product Management, Adam Kline, about the changing supply chain landscape and how state-of-the-art software, mobile devices, automation and robotics solutions can leverage major benefits for today’s warehouses and distribution centres.
  3. Granot Avocado achieves 100% shipping accuracy with Zetes’ palletisation software

    Granot Avocado, an Israeli cooperative of agricultural farms, selected the ZetesMedea shipping verification solution, to maximise efficiency and eradicate errors from its loading verification operations.
  4. UK Research reveals consumers will boycott brands that fail to personalize, but are comfortable with AI in exchange for a better experience

    Poorly-targeted and unrelated marketing materials are driving customers away from their favourite brands, according to new research by AI marketing experts Emarsys.
  5. Black Friday 2018: Consumers are eager, more digital, and willing to spend – Periscope By McKinsey

    Periscope By McKinsey, which offers a suite of Marketing & Sales Analytics Solutions to help companies achieve sustainable revenue growth, has announced the findings of research on consumer sentiment towards Black Friday 2018.
  6. Dedagroup Stealth fashions omnichannel solution for luxury online lifestyle brand, Trussardi

    Italian fashion house, The Trussardi Group, has repositioned its brand in the contemporary luxury market, evolving its business model from wholesale to omnichannel retail, with a solution from Dedagroup Stealth, the company dedicated to fashion and luxury retail, and part of Dedagroup.
  7. Manhattan Associates named a Leader in The Forrester Wave

    Manhattan Associates Inc. has been named a Leader in The Forrester Wave: Order Management Systems (OMS), Q3 2018 report by Forrester Research.
  8. Three ways your supply chain manager can help improve speed-to-market

    By John Caltabiano, VP of Global Supply Chain, Jabil.

    Given a choice, would you launch your product late, or launch it over budget? Choosing to go to market late might present the greater risk to profitability, according to a report published by McKinsey & Company that claims, on average, going to market six months late but within budget can shave 33 percent off profits.
  9. Blume Global introduces a new digital era of growth, innovation and value creation for the global supply chain ecosystem

    Rez-1, Inc. has announced a significant evolution in its vision to empower a real-time digital, collaborative, and growth-focused global supply chain ecosystem, with its expanded strategic focus, new name and new solution offerings.
  10. DynaSys Recognized as a Challenger in Gartner Magic Quadrant for Supply Chain Planning Systems of Record

    DynaSys positioned the furthest for Completeness of Vision in the Challengers quadrant
  11. UK and German manufacturers confident they can meet the challenges of Brexit but call for clarity

    New research from European service logistics specialist, Carousel Logistics, has revealed that almost half of UK and German manufacturing businesses believe they have time to prepare their supply chains for Brexit, but they have called for clarity to allow them to do so.
  12. Businesses encouraged to seek Authorised Economic Operator status pre-Brexit to protect their supply chain

    With just under seven months until the UK exits the European Union, businesses are being urged to apply for Authorised Economic Operator (AEO) Accreditation.
  13. Vallourec and PSI extend Worldwide Master Supply Agreement (MSA)

    PSI Metals has signed a Master Supply Agreement (MSA) with Vallourec, defining the governance of the close cooperation with respect to production management solutions based on PSImetals.
  14. Molton Brown improves stock accuracy with Datalogic Memor

    Datalogic has announced that its Memor mobile computer is being used by luxury fragrance brand Molton Brown to improve stock accuracy and visibility across its network of 58 independent stores located in the UK, Ireland and USA and at selected concessions housed within 15 to 20 high-end department stores.
  15. Underwear apparel company Hanes rolls out FuturMaster demand planning software to boost global supply chain

    HanesBrands, the $6.5bn global apparel company that manufactures and sells a number of leading underwear and activewear brands including Wonderbra, DKNY, Playtex and Champion, is deploying a standardised IT system to help with supply and demand forecasting in more than twenty-five countries.
  16. SAP Innovations for Digital Logistics and Order Fulfilment

    Increasing Speed and Efficiency in your Supply Chain through Enhanced Logistics and Order Fulfilment
  17. Logility positioned as a Leader in the 2018 Gartner Magic Quadrant for supply chain planning system of record

    Logility, Inc. today announced the company has been positioned by Gartner as a Leader in the August 2018 Magic Quadrant for Supply Chain Planning System of Record. This Magic Quadrant examines vendors that provide supply chain planning (SCP) system-of-record solutions.
  18. Supply chain and logistics providers prepare for Hard Brexit

    One in six (17 per cent) of UK manufacturers have identified supply chain disruption as being the single biggest factor that will impact their business post Brexit.
  19. A fifth of UK businesses have found wage abuses in their supply chain

    Research from the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) has revealed that 21% of UK supply chain managers have seen wage violations in their supply chains over the last two years.
  20. Peak? Which peak?

    By Craig Summers, UK managing director, Manhattan Associates.

    Whilst we are enjoying an uncharacteristic English summer, Christmas may seem a million miles away. But, as is customary in the retail world, brands far and wide will be setting up their plans to survive the busiest time of the retail calendar.
  21. Brexit concerns loom large, despite businesses doing all they can to prepare

    Fears over Brexit appear to be increasing businesses' perception of the risks in their supply chain, despite evidence suggesting many have taken steps to ready themselves for a post-Brexit environment, a new report has found.
  22. Starbucks and Alibaba Group form strategic partnership to transform the customer experience in the coffee industry in China

    Starbucks Coffee Company ("Starbucks") and Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. ("Alibaba") have announced a deep, strategic "New Retail" partnership that will enable a seamless Starbucks Experience and transform the coffee industry in China.
  23. How the heatwave impacted the High Street

    By Matthew Robertson, co-CEO, NetDespatch.

    As we see the first signs of the heatwave dissipating and wetter weather coming in, this got me thinking about recent articles that I've read about the negative impact on productivity the balmy summer weather has had on office workers, with many preferring to work from home and not venture into heat-baked cities, over-crowded tubes and frenzied traffic jams.
  24. GreyOrange sorts fast fashion with new high-speed Linear Sorter for supply chain automation

    Robotics and supply chain Automation company GreyOrange has announced the installation of its latest Linear Sorter at an international fashion company that provides fashion clothing and accessories across India; for women, men, teenagers and children.
  25. Brexit and Stockpiling: What’s the answer?

    By Charlie Pool, CEO, Stowga.

    Brexit is dominating conversations once again and creating waves of uncertainty in almost every industry. But the big questions everyone is asking right now is: do we have to start stockpiling our imported goods to prepare for a no deal Brexit? What happens to our food if it's held up at customs? Will there be shortages?
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