New IDC MarketScape Vendor Assessments Recognize e2open as a Leader in Five of Five Supply Chain Planning Categories
AUSTIN, Texas – Sept. 26, 2022 – E2open Parent Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: ETWO), the connected supply chain SaaS platform with the largest multi-enterprise network, has been named a Leader in both the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Holistic...
Contributed by Nicole Leinbach Reyhle, Founder of Retail MindedAchieving a connected supply chain has proven itself a challenge time and time again, particularly as our global economy continues to recover from the pandemic. Keeping this in mind, the National Retail Federation’s recent, debut 360 Supply Chain event was a welcomed experience that delivered valuable insight and solutions for industry decision makers looking to optimize their supply chain efforts.
Throughout history, channels have evolved in terms of composition, relationships, and partner engagement models. What started as transactional, arms-length engagement with traditional “middleman” partners became collaborative relationships with influencing parties.
What are the top three things brands want from a retail partner? The first two are obvious: more orders and the best possible shelf presence. The third is perhaps less obvious: data, information about consumers, and demand insights that can inform product development, planning, manufacturing, and promotions.
On March 23, Jay McBain, one of the world's most influential channel professionals, posted an article on Linkedin with a bold title: “The entire technology industry should be watching the Microsoft story unfold this quarter.”
Life doesn’t get easier for trade compliance folks. What was often seen as an “insurance policy” instead of an “assurance policy” has turned into a complex area of the supply chain that demands equal status with logistics and sourcing. Turbulent political and economic conditions, the rapid acceleration of e-commerce boosted by the pandemic and digital customs agency collaboration globally are driving the adoption of Global Trade Management (GTM)applications.
Die intelligente Anwendung Customs Management von e2open ist für die deutsche ATLAS-IMPOST-Zollanmeldung zertifiziert worden.
These days, virtually every media cycle brings news that yet another company has made a net-zero pledge, or that yet another regulatory body is considering action to curb climate impacts. We have known for a long time that supply chains account for much of the world’s greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
When it comes to sustainability in the supply chain, two things matter most: emit less carbon and use less water to make and deliver goods. The consensus of scientists is that these two factors, especially carbon, will help keep the earth’s temperature from rising more than 1.5 degrees Celsius.
After the Thanksgiving holiday in the US, a co-worker in Florida commented that her grocery store was restricting cream cheese purchases, creating a buzz and taking national airtime during the Christmas season. Yet another mentioned the lack of King’s Hawaiian rolls at his store. Supply chain pressures have caused inflationary pricing for everything all around the globe in the last 12 months and food and beverage prices have now increased exponentially.
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