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How Complete Beginners are using an ‘Untapped’ Google Network to create Passive Income ON DEMAND Supply chain specialist JDA Software has announced a joint research agreement with the Massachusetts...

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Monolithic supply chains are dead, says JDA CEO Girish Rishi. Companies must now be bold enough to reinvent themselves and focus on redefining customer segmentation. Chris Middleton reports. Supply chain...

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Make way for the onshore revolution. Transformation expert Sean Culey joins our writing team and explains how the rise of the Personal, Automated, and Local (PAL) value chain uses AI, the IoT, and robotics...

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German software company SAP is betting on blockchain’s distributed immutable ledger technology as a key enabler for disseminating information around digitally tracked business networks and supply chains. SAP...

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Technology company IBM is leading a consortium to explore how blockchain can benefit the global food supply chain. IBM will be joined by food companies Dole, Driscoll’s, Golden State Foods, Kroger, McCormick...

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Movie studios looking to set up early-access rentals with companies like Apple and Comcast may reportedly push ahead with those negotiations and skip revenue sharing with theater...

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Traditional logistics and freighter supply chain operations are set to be disrupted by the advent of smart trucks, such as those designed by Uber, a recent report from analyst house Frost and Sullivan...

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Apple reportedly held a number of discussions with Aetna in the beginning of August to see how to best bring the Apple Watch to the 23 million customers of the insurer. AppleInsider...

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Investment in smart IoT devices is set to rise among food and grocery companies, causing significant change in global supply chains, according to research from research organization IGD. The company’s...

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The digital transformation of consumer goods supply chains is being held back by legacy infrastructure, according to a recent survey from IoT start-up, Evrythng. In a poll conducted at the Internet of...