Supply Chain Matters continues with reviewing and self-scoring each of the 2017 Predictions for Industry and Global Supply Chains published at the beginning of this year. This Part Three posting provides an assessment of our prediction for continued global transportation industry turbulence and the prediction for a renewed renaissance in business services and technology investment.
ERP Technology and Vendors
In the second in a series of three market education commentaries sponsored by Navigator Business Solutions, Supply Chain Matters amplifies business and supply chain management challenges among emerging growth companies in pharmaceutical, life sciences and consumer product goods industry sectors.
Global enterprise software provider SAP disclosed third-quarter financial performance and essentially promised investors that Q4 would be a lot better in terms of Cloud-based revenues.
Supply Chain Matters continues with its series of live dispatches and now initial summary impressions regarding the 2017 Oracle OpenWorld conference held in San Francisco this week. In this summary overview blog commentary, we will take an overall look at four nonstop days of sessions, executive interviews and other interactions to provide our readers a B2B and supply chain management context to this year’s event.
Supply Chain Matters continues its live advisories from the Oracle OpenWorld conference. Dispatch Four provides observations and insights relative to the implications of Oracle’s autonomous database announcement.
This week, Supply Chain Matters is attending the Oracle OpenWorld conference held in San Francisco. In this third dispatch- we highlight Tuesday’s keynotes along with added observations.