Supply & Demand Chain Executive
For over 10 years Supply & Demand Chain Executive (SDCE) has been the only magazine in the Supply Chain industry covering the entire global supply chain that focuses on ROI, professional development and change management, all in a solutions-based format. As a C-level and line-of-business executive, you can depend on our mission-critical editorial to solve your supply chain challenges. Supply & Demand Chain Executive is THE user manual for successful supply and demand chain transformation. We help you gain competitive advantage in this complex world through hard-hitting analysis, viewpoints and unbiased case studies.
According to the 2010 National Healthcare Expenditure Data, U.S. healthcare costs have more than tripled, increasing from $714 billion in 1990 to $2.3 trillion in 2008.
Why Traditional EDI no longer meets today’s business or IT needs, and why companies need to look at broader business integration
Many organizations have been struggling with inaccurate demand forecasts, huge inventory build up, high material acquisition and logistics costs and customer dissatisfaction.
While globalization has resulted in many bottom line benefits, it has simultaneously increased the level of complexity and uncertainty, making the sales and operations planning (S&OP) process more critical to a company’s success than ever before.
At CSCO Summit virtual conference, leading executive practitioners and industry analysts explore the evolving role of the supply chain and top supply chain leaders
100 ways to help your company return to growth and profit in the "New Normal"
Outsourcing non-core procurement can be a compelling strategy for delivering significant cost savings and improving financial performance
Learning the total cost of ownership process can place you in a better position to negotiate for value. Here are 8 lessons from the medical device industry
Four key business process areas that manufacturers must focus on to continuously improve their demand planning process
Sharing appropriate performance measures with suppliers will align performance understanding and enable a collaborative approach to supplier management
Notoriously difficult to control, travel and entertainment is getting a harder look as companies seek to tap into savings — and to keep employees happy
Prepare for the impending talent drain by implementing skill assessment and knowledge transfer programs. Here's how to do it.
The world's largest retailer of old and new dinnerware, Replacements, Ltd., needs a supply chain that won't crack