Cost-reduction is top of the agenda for the Aerospace & Defence sector, according to a recent survey; but concerns over slow supply chain responses to changing demand and poor visibility persist
As SCF transforms from a tailored product into a banking commodity, CFOs can count on new offerings and falling prices.
Global supply chain optimisation provider, Manhattan Associates, Inc., has released its predictions for retail shopping for the next 12 months.
With cost reductions on everyone’s lips at the moment, Jason Jiang listens to the views of a number of leading 3PLs to examine how supply chains can be made cheaper.
Despite the global economic slowdown and turmoil, business leaders have a more optimistic outlook for 2013. However, internal challenges, such as the transition of middle-to-senior level management and talent retention, require immediate focus in the industry.
How do you address all these complexities and evolutionary changes with one supply chain? The obvious answer is . . . you don’t.
With approximately between 48 per cent and 62 per cent of total IT expense flowing outside of firms to vendors, the IT supply chain and associated contracts/”deals” are both major determinants of an organisation’s technology economics.