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Talking Supply Chain Podcast: On the Road at MHI with Noelle Russell
October 5, 2022
On this episode, we visit with Noelle Russell, an AI executive with IBM and the founder of the AI Leadership Institute. She discusses the promise of AI and the metaverse in the supply chain as well as how we can use technology to build inclusive communities. SCMR’s Editorial Director Bob Trebilcock hosts.
Cultivating Relentless Supply Chain Agility at IBM
January 25, 2022
The technology giant has spent several years building a cognitive supply chain that embraces an agile culture of innovation, focuses on client needs and successes, and leverages exponential technologies to deliver greater value - it’s a model for any organization building agile capabilities.
The Retail Supply Chain is Hot Hot Hot
January 11, 2022
Amid shortages and disruptions, e-commerce orders are on fire at the same time as brick-and-mortar sales are heating up. Retailers are looking to technology and innovative strategies to keep up.
Canadian Pacific announces its entry into TradeLens
October 8, 2020
CP officials said that this open-API platform will provide CP’s intermodal shippers with the ability to create, amend and share documents with other supply chain participants, including consignees, beneficial cargo owners, customs agencies, dray operators and steamship lines.
IBM steps up to battle COVID-19 medical supply chain shortages
May 1, 2020
As part of IBM’s approach to combating COVID-19 with technology solutions that enable more trustworthy information, accelerated discovery, resiliency and adaptation, the company today announced IBM Rapid Supplier Connect, a blockchain-based network designed to help government agencies and healthcare organizations identify new, non-traditional suppliers who have pivoted to address the shortage of equipment, devices and supplies needed for COVID-19 relief efforts.
COVID-19 and Shattered Supply Chains + Action Guide
April 21, 2020
This report takes a deep dive into how COVID-19 has driven home the need to reduce global supply chain vulnerabilities through intelligent workflows, additionally, it provides details on how the global community must come together to face the coronavirus disease crisis.
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