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    Book Review: Bridgital Nation

    Bridgital Nation: Solving technology’s people problem Book brilliantly defines India as an antarlaapika - which means a puzzle...

    Project Definition for a Successful Internet-Oriented Implementation of ERP

    Internet based ERP implementation is need of an hour but the first and foremost challenge is to define Project Definition for the same. This article also focuses on Procurement Management and Customer Relationship Management module as well.

    State of Freight Survey – Winter 2020

    @gocometin in collaboration of @Sourcingandsup1 is conducting a “State of Freight – Winter 2020 Survey” on challenges & growth opportunities in 2021 Cast your vote on https://bit.ly/3p0N1i8

    Strategies for International Supply Chain Disruptions

    International Supply Chain Disruptions are not new and not just limited to Covid19. Global Supply Chains are the most vulnerable in this disruptive situation. Every problem needs some solutions and here we present Prescriptive Strategies for International Supply Chain Disruptions. It's most useful for all sort of Supply Chain and can be implemented with the help of technology.

    Demand Management

    Demand Sensing – NextGen supply chain technology

    Under “Demand Management Trilogy”, I have already published two articles. The first article is on “Demand Planning” wherein you can understand it very comprehensively and the second article is on “Demand Forecasting” which is a buzz word in Sales and Marketing industry and give insights to top-management for all important business decision making which helps the business to meet future customer demand. Despite both these concepts are still relevant and provide insights to C-level executives to make strategic decisions, both are missing capability to address the near future demand which is dependent on current and real-time events. To incorporate the capability of anticipating near future demand in traditional forecasting method, a concept of “Demand Sensing” has evolved and it is the topic of the third and final article of “Demand Management Trilogy”