November Issue of Profit Now Online
By Aaron Lazenby on Nov 22, 2013
Disruptive business forces are influencing traditional enterprise resource planning functions—such as procurement, order and inventory management, and manufacturing. Supply chain is not immune to these challenges, with new businesses, new partnerships, new complexity, and new risks all threatening to complicate the status quo.
But smart, flexible, and IT—driven processes can add value to supply chain functions, helping managers deal with disruptions and grow in the face of volatility. I hope this issue of Profit adds some value chain insight to your business strategy.
Statoil Fuel & Retail automates planning and distribution operations in eight countries.
Keeping Pace With the Game Changers
The rise of new players means new rules for supply chain leaders.
Increasing pressure on manufacturers means riding out new go-to-market challenges.
Play To Win
The value chain game is changing—and executives are tired of rolling the dice on strategy.