Tag: supply chain

THE WORLDWIDE SUPPLY CHAIN FEDERATION ANNOUNCES NEW SUPPLY CHAIN, INNOVATION & TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE

THE WORLDWIDE SUPPLY CHAIN FEDERATION ANNOUNCES NEW FREE SUPPLY CHAIN, INNOVATION & TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE Mark Your Calendar for June 19-20, 2019 in NYC Where the Brightest Minds in the Industry will be Discussing the Reinvention of Global Supply Chain Networks The Worldwide Supply Chain Federation, the world’s first, largest, and fastest growing grassroots driven network…

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SCIT19, Supply Chain Innovation Technology- Jun, 19-20, at Microsoft NY headquarters- SAVE THE DATE

Supply Chain, Innovation, Technology: SCIT19 SAVE THE DATE- Jun 19-20, Microsoft New York Headquarters Supply Chain, Innovation, Technology 2019, by The Worldwide Supply Chain Federation SAVE THE DATE: Wed, June 19, 2019, 9:30 AM – Thu, June 20, 2019, 5:00 PM EDT Microsoft New York Headquarters, 11 Times Square, 6th floor, New York, NY 10036…

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With Levi’s Shoppers can now Customize an individual pair of jeans

via consumergoods.com Levi’s to Let Shoppers Design Custom Jeans By Patrycja Malinowska Levi Strauss & Co. is transitioning to an operating model for the digital era, leveraging new technology to radically reduce the time it takes to bring a product to market and unveiling a new ability for consumers to design their own pair of jeans, Marc…

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Cosmoprof Awards 2019: meet the finalists and discover the concept store of the future

The awards of the entire beauty supply chain Cosmoprof Awards are unlike any of the Beauty Awards that have come before it. Why? Because Cosmoprof Worldwide Bologna is the only show where exhibitors are from every sector of the beauty supply chain, from raw materials to formulation, from packaging to OEM/ODM, from machinery to finished…

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Ready for AI OpenScale, trusted AI from IBM Cloud?

AI OpenScale: The open platform to accelerate adoption of trusted AI Did you know that 94% of companies believe AI is key to their competitive advantage (IDC), but only 1 in 20 has extensively incorporated AI into their business processes and workflows (MIT Sloan Management Review). Here’s an important announcement from The IBM Watson Team…

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Retail’s Adapt-Or-Die Moment: How Artificial Intelligence Is Reshaping Commerce- CB Insights

via Retail’s Adapt-Or-Die Moment: How Artificial Intelligence Is Reshaping Commerce Traditional and new-school retailers alike are using AI and robotics to automate various parts of the retail chain, from manufacturing to last-mile delivery. Retail is under pressure to crack the AI code. After all, corporations in every industry are scrambling to adapt and integrate artificial…

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Artificial Intelligence: What’s Now And Next In IoT-Driven Supply Chain Innovation- DigitalistMag

via Artificial Intelligence: What’s Now And Next In IoT-Driven Supply Chain Innovation by Marcell Vollmer As with most people, coffee is one of the most important rituals in my morning routine. There’s something about the aroma and taste that kick-starts my ability to have a great day. So imagine my surprise when a favorite coffee…

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3 steps to getting started with supply chain AI- VentureBeat

via 3 steps to getting started with supply chain AI by Kaushal Dave The modern global supply chain is defined by scale — billions of transactions and terabytes of data across multiple systems, with businesses generating more every moment. Traditional supply chain management (SCM) practices are quickly being outmatched by the ceaseless onslaught of information….

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Data Science in Fashion- KDnuggets

via Data Science in Fashion Fashion industry is an extremely competitive and dynamic market. Trends and styles change with the blink of an eye. Data Science can be used here on historical data to predict the trends which will be “Hot” hence potentially saving a lot of time and money. By Preet Gandhi, NYU Center…

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5 Ways Augmented Reality Is Disrupting the Supply Chain- Fortune

via 5 Ways Augmented Reality Is Disrupting the Supply Chain By Jay Samit Nearly everything we eat, wear and buy – from cranberries to crankshafts – moves through a supply chain. And businesses that help shepherd all those products along that chain account for an astounding 7.5% of U.S. GDP. Because of the high costs…

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