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Hospital Supply Chain Survey Points to Needs for Broader Education and Alignment Across Healthcare Delivery Support Supply Chains

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Global integrated healthcare services and products distribution company Cardinal Health has released findings of a recent Hospital Supply Chain Survey and the results once again reinforce the need for far more supply chain management focused efficiencies among hospitals, along with broader stakeholder alignment across healthcare delivery supply chains.  The survey, conducted in late October 2016 […]


Supply Chain Matters Q4 2016 Newsletter Has Published

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We would like to alert our Ferrari Consulting and Research Group clients and our Supply Chain Matters readership that our Q4 2016 Newsletter published this afternoon and should be in the email inboxes of those who have subscribed.  Our latest newsletter again reinforces important trends brought forward by developments in the final quarter of 2016. […]


Tesla Reports Q4 and 2016 Financial Performance with Most Eyes Affixed on the Model 3 Supply Chain

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Electric-automobile and solar power producer Tesla reported fourth quarter and full year 2016 results this week but it seemed that most eyes are focused on the ramp-up of the new Model 3 volume ramp-up production and supporting supply chain strategies. On the financial front, the company reported mixed results. Q4 automotive revenues were reported down […]


2017 Industry Specific Prediction- Consumer Packaged Food and Beverage Supply Chains

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In our recently unveiled 2017 Predictions for Industry Supply Chains (Available for complimentary downloading in our Research Center), we elected to include Consumer Packaged Food (CPG) and Beverage supply chains in our industry-specific predictions. We have included this industry in our industry-specific predictions for the past three years and already, industry dynamics of activist investors […]


Supply Chain Matters Attendance at Oracle Modern Supply Chain Experience Conference- Part Five Summary Impressions

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Supply Chain Matters has been attending the Oracle Modern Supply Chain Experience conference being held this week in San Jose California, drawing over 2800 attendees.  In our Part One posting, we provided some highlights from the first’s day’s keynotes. On our Part Two posting, we shared impressions of the Oracle S&OP Cloud application currently in-development. […]


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