The Top 10 Supply Chain Orchestration Blogs from the MPO Blog

Posted by Chris Brablc     Jan 2, 2018 10:53:49 AM

In order to kick off 2018 on the right note, we wanted to look at 2017 on the most popular topics and most well read blog articles from our supply chain orchestration blog.

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5 Supply Chain Reads to Start Your Week - November 27, 2017

Posted by Chris Brablc     Nov 27, 2017 8:48:46 AM

Each week, we look to write and share the best, most-up-date content on supply chain orchestration, logistics innovation and industry news. To this goal, here are the 5 articles that we liked the most from the past week to start your work week off right. I'd also suggest you read the wrap-ups from All Things Supply Chain and Talking Logistics.

This week we're talking about supply chain digitization, supply chain complexity, technology innovation, 3PL tech investment and Black Friday. Enjoy!

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3 Stats That Stress the Need For Supply Chain Orchestration

Posted by Chris Brablc     Nov 3, 2017 1:39:28 PM

As organizations move forward with determining how to transform their supply chains, it’s critical to understand that successful supply chains aren’t driven just by more investment into static resources but about agility in the way that we use our assets, investments and partners. The one constant we know is that business changes will happen and these changes will have a direct impact on our supply chains increasing the need to adjust and adapt quickly to drive cost efficient and customer focused practices.

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5 Essential Elements of the Modern Control Tower

Posted by Chris Brablc     Oct 27, 2017 9:18:06 AM

Supply chain control towers are often misunderstood and the term control tower itself can mean different things from different vendors. We have tried to categorize the control towers you’ll see from analytics to operational control towers in previous posts and today we want to focus on the innovation that is happening with control towers focused on the end-to-end supply chain.

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What Makes a Perfect Order?

Posted by Chris Brablc     Oct 19, 2017 12:17:32 PM

This week, we examined this question in our webinar, "Making the Perfect Order in a Complex World" (view the recording!).

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5 Best Supply Chain Reads to Start Your Week 10.16.2017

Posted by Chris Brablc     Oct 16, 2017 12:48:37 PM

Each week, we look to write and share the best, most-up-date content on supply chain orchestration, logistics innovation and industry news. To this goal, here are the 5 articles that we liked the most from the past week to start your work week off right. I'd also suggest you read the wrap-ups from All Things Supply Chain, Talking Logistics and Logistics Viewpoints.

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10 Signs of Supply Chain Transformation from CSCMP Edge 2017 (Part 2)

Posted by Chris Brablc     Oct 4, 2017 11:28:26 AM

In part 1 of this post (read here), we spoke about key trends facing supply chain leaders in terms of customer focus, end-to-end supply chain visibility, rising customer requirements, operations still being a core issue and asking the right questions.

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5 Best Supply Chain Reads to Start Your Week 10.2.17

Posted by Chris Brablc     Oct 2, 2017 10:42:07 AM

Each week, we look to write and share the best, most-up-date content on supply chain orchestration, logistics innovation and industry news. To this goal, here are the 5 articles that we liked the most from the past week to start your work week off right. I'd also suggest you read the wrap-ups from All Things Supply Chain, Talking Logistics and Logistics Viewpoints.

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Are Reducing Cost and Enhancing Customer Value Mutually Exclusive in the Supply Chain?

Posted by Chris Brablc     Sep 14, 2017 2:27:57 PM

Over the past decade, supply chain leaders have increasingly been asked to reduce the cost associated with fulfilling of customer orders on-time and in-full. However, in most cases, they have been asked to do so with less funding while the quantity of orders has increased. Let’s face it; that is tough position to be in.

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SNES Classic: A Problem with Long-Term Planning or Supply Chain Execution?

Posted by Chris Brablc     Aug 23, 2017 2:31:11 PM

Yesterday, preorders for the new (or old) SNES Classic were made available at multiple retailers including Target, Amazon, Best Buy and Gamestop (Toys R’ Us is offering them in-store only on 9/29). It was an exciting moment especially for all the people who grew up playing 16-bit games in their youth.

But it quickly turned into a mess. Again!

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