Supply Chain

Money talks: Making the Case for Sustainable Procurement Investments

Posted: 08/01/2019 - 00:04
The business benefits and value derived from robust responsible procurement programs can be remarkable, such as driving uplift revenue by 5% to 20%, reducing supply chain costs by 9% to 16% and increasing brand value by 15% to 30%. Creating such programs requires investing in key internal areas, such as new tools, staff and strategies to reap the value that’s possible.  
 

6 Best Practices for Successful Last Mile Delivery

Posted: 06/28/2019 - 06:07
The continued growth of e-commerce is fueling the parcel delivery market. Millions of parcels are delivered daily in the U.S. alone. E-commerce and delivery companies have optimized most of the supply chain to deal with the higher workload. For example, businesses have started to process orders in minutes instead of hours. However, many companies fail to optimize their last mile deliveries, which can result in unnecessary expenditure.   
 

4 Ways Brexit Will Impact Your Procurement and Sourcing Practices

Posted: 04/03/2019 - 04:59
Brexit. That’s a fun topic, isn’t it?! Regardless of what you may think about it, you cannot but notice the impacts it is already having on businesses across Europe. The indecision of the United Kingdom (UK) to approve a plan is holding back investment and decision making. The markets and currencies are fluctuating and will continue to do so until a decision is finally made.  
 

Leading with Impact with Tifenn Dano Kwan

Posted: 03/05/2019 - 02:19
In this episode of the Sourcing Industry Landscape, Dawn Tiura interview Tifenn Dano Kwan. Tifenn Dano Kwan is the Chief Marketing Officer for SAP Ariba. Recently back from the Davos Conference, Tifenn discusses the key takeaways, including the role of technology and humans, diversity and inclusion in the workplace, and the role of corporations in making a positive impact.

How Supply Chains Should Adapt to the Trade War “Truce”

Posted: 01/16/2019 - 04:04
On December 1, leaders from China and the U.S. broke bread with their enemies and reached consensus to halt the mutual increase of further tariffs until March 1, 2019. As of now, the total U.S. tariffs applied exclusively to China is at $250 billion, and China answered back with $110 billion worth of tariffs on U.S. goods. The “truce” has prevented the January 1 deadline for most tariffs to increase from the current 10 percent to the established 25 percent. 
 

Achieving the Best Possible Outcomes, with Lawrence Kane, Tim Hopper and Greg Tennyson

Posted: 09/17/2018 - 07:58
Dawn Tiura: Hello, everybody. This is Dawn Tiura from Sourcing Industry Group. Now, today I have the pleasure of talking to Greg Tennyson who has been nominated as a Sourcing Star, and I'm sure nobody is surprised. I don't think there's anyone in sourcing or procurement that hasn't heard of him. But even more so, I don't think there's a procurement leader out there that does not have the utmost respect for Greg.

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