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Supply Chain EDI

3 Chief Causes of Supply Chain Disruption (That Aren't COVID-19)

Posted by Brooke Lester on Nov 18, 2020 3:18 PM

COVID-19 caused major supply chain disruptions, yet it can’t be blamed for all supply chain management woes. A number of supply chain disruptions have existed since before COVID-19, and they can even exacerbate some of the challenges the global pandemic has created.

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B2B Integration Fuels the Pharmaceutical Supply Chain

Posted by Brooke Lester on Aug 12, 2020 4:09 PM

What would you say is the biggest problem in the pharma supply chain today? Some might point to ever-growing complexity, changing customer demand, cybersecurity threats, as well as stricter regulations. However, the right answer isn’t any one of those things – it’s a combination of all of them.

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3 Use Cases for Digital Transformation in Food and Beverage

Posted by Brooke Lester on Jun 10, 2020 2:25 PM

The COVID-19 pandemic has had some interesting effects on the food and beverage supply chain. We’re seeing a change in demand (consumers buying more non-perishables), concerns about contamination (due to the rate of COVID-19 infections in food and beverage supply chain employees), and food and supply chain disruptions (due to export bans).

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Top Supply Chain Digital Transformation Strategies for B2B Companies

Posted by Brooke Lester on May 20, 2020 11:52 AM

Supply chain management is top of mind for many businesses at the moment. The global coronavirus pandemic has disrupted the supply chain. Companies are scrambling to maintain business continuity and meet customer demand. They realize moving toward a digital supply chain is the best path forward.

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What Flexibility Looks Like After Covid-19

Posted by Dave Reyburn on May 18, 2020 4:36 PM

In the wake of Covid-19’s disruption, we’ve been hearing (and contributing to) a lot of conversations about the need for supply chains to be flexible.  In fact, in last week’s post about the five lessons for supply chains in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic, lesson number one was “Stay Flexible”.

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