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The Impact of Artificial Intelligence and Automation on Supply Chain Careers

Rapid advances in automation and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies have the potential to significantly disrupt supply chain roles. While automation and AI can augment the productivity of some supply chain workers, they can replace the work done by others and will likely transform almost all work to some degree. Experts and pundits put the impact of these advances broadly into two buckets – that AI and automation leads to functions being substituted or complemented.

 

The Substitute Effect

Advances in AI and automation have been so rapid that computers and robots will eventually be better than workers in numerous tasks. Workers will face obsolescence through labor substitution not just in warehousing (robots) and transportation (self-driving trucks) but also in supply chain planning and execution with automated forecasting, exception handling and r


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24 Mar 2014
TOPIC: Transportation Management Systems (TMS): Oracle Retains Overall Lead in Gartner Magic Quadrant
 

"During 2013, the TMS market was again led by Oracle (with its OTM offerings) and JDA Software, both of which continue to support some of the most complex TMS users, have broad, and deep TMSs, and have compelling visions for next-generation TMSs. Oracle continues to generate strong sales growth globally. It also continues to expand the depth and breadth of its application footprint. Moreover, Gartner finds Oracle a finalist in a high percentage ...

 
Paolo Leveghi
Applications Marketing Director, Oracle
 
13 Mar 2014
TOPIC: Solving the Reshoring Dilemma
 

It’s not news that manufacturing in the U.S. has become more attractive in the past few years. And, even though there is no torrent of renewed manufacturing activity moving the needle just yet, it’s clear that the reshoring movement is growing. At the very least, it should make U.S. companies think twice about where they will manufacture their products in the next few years.

 
Patrick Van den Bossche, Pramod Gupta, Hector Gutierrez, and Aakash Gupta
A.T. Kearney
 
28 Sep 2013
Creating seamless communication throughout the fashion supply chain
 
The fashion industry is fuelled by an international supply chain that stretches far beyond the runway or clothing store. Numerous stakeholders must communicate about sales, shipments, supplies and more. To help facilitate this collaboration, the European Commission offers eBIZ, an interface that enables the fashion industry’s 850 000 companies to integrate their operations and create Europe’s world-renowned clothing.
 
Enterprise & Industry Magazine
Enterprise & Industry Magazine
 
07 May 2012
The Global Sourcing of Innovation - Offshoring Research Network International Conference
 

The global sourcing of knowledge creation and innovation (e.g. advanced knowledge and analytical services, R&D support functions, product design and development and R&D) has been growing exponentially across almost every industry. This phenomenon has emerged as a strategic driver for companies and increasingly is attracting academic research by management, and international business scholars.

 
Federico Caniato
MIP - Politecnico di Milano
 
10 Nov 2011
Sales and Operations Planning. A strategic process needed by every function...even finance
 
Sales and Operations Planning is an important process that can really make a large difference on how a company performs. But what is Sales and Operations Planning? Often it is defined as a cross-functional planning process that reconciles conflicting business plans, links strategic planning and operational planning, and aligns company resources to deliver ...
 
Daniel Paterson
TXT e-solutions
 


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