Improving Customer Service in Consumer Supply Chains

March 23, 2017

Not that long ago, supply chains merely had to contend with retailers, and it was the retailers job to deal with the consumer. This model doesn’t exist in the same way anymore, and increasingly, supply chains are businesses to consumer. As such, improving customer service is pivotal to supply chains success. Read more

How is the Internet Transforming the Supply Chain?

January 3, 2017

The Digital Age is the new normal, and technology has wound its way in to every aspect of our lives. It’s no different for the Supply Chain. The internet is transforming the way supply chains operate, making them more efficient and seamless. The internet is revolutionising the supply chain. Read more

Supply Chain Hacking – What’s Your Weakest Link?

January 3, 2017

You’re only as strong as your weakest link, and modern day supply chains have a myriad of hidden entrances throughout the chain where hackers can gain access and cause havoc. Ensuring that your supply chain doesn’t get hacked needs to be a strategic priority for all supply chain managers. Read more

Supply Chain Management in 2017: Key Considerations

January 1, 2017

The landscape of Supply Change Management has undergone a seismic change over the last few years, and the pace of change doesn’t look to be letting up any time soon. Keeping apace of the changes in Supply Change Management will be key for successful supply chains in 2017 and beyond. Here are some key considerations for Supply Chain Management in 2017. Read more

What Trump’s Win Means for Supply Chains and the UK

November 17, 2016

As the world reeled in the wake of Brexit, the world is reeling once more in the wake of Trump’s US election win. Come 2017 when Trump takes office, and the dust has settled, what will his win mean for the global supply chain? And specifically, what are the implications for the UK? Read more

Supply Chain Management Tips

November 9, 2016

Supply chain management is often a very scientific affair. Tactically there is always a lot of focus on analysis, modelling, scenario testing and impact assessment. Operationally, the focus is often inward looking and dealing with the day-to-day problems. Here we offer a few tips on broader supply chain issues that may sometimes be forgotten. Read more