About Ajmal Sirajudeen

In his current role as an Implementation Consultant at Arkieva, Ajmal has worked with several Demand Planning, Inventory Planning and Supply planning projects over various industries. He is a graduate of Cornell University with a Masters in Systems Engineering and received his Bachelors in Electrical Engineering from Anna University Chennai. He is passionate about analytics and product management and everything tech related. In his spare time, Ajmal enjoys literature, traveling and rooting for his favorite soccer team Manchester City.

What is a Demand-driven Supply Chain?

A Demand-driven Supply Chain (DDSC) is defined as a supply chain management method focused on building supply chains in response to demand signals. The main force of DDSC is that it is driven by customer demand. In comparison with the traditional supply chain, DDSC uses the pull (Demand pull) technique. It gives the market opportunities to share more information and to collaborate with others in the supply chain.

By |2019-04-13T23:09:06-04:00April 19th, 2018|Demand Planning, Supply Chain|

What Role Will Artificial Intelligence Play in Supply Chain Management?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been making its rounds in world news for the last few years. With considerable advancements in the field, the concept of AI has garnered its share of fans and critics alike. While many believe AI is the next step in the industrial revolution with its potential for complete automation and an

By |2022-10-24T11:30:09-04:00August 28th, 2017|News and Trends, Supply Chain|

What is Blockchain Technology Worth to Your Supply Chain?

With the advent of Bitcoin in 2009, cryptocurrency has taken the world by storm. The use of digital assets as an alternative to conventional currencies has garnered praise and recognition for its secure and speedy protocols. While the infrastructural flexibility of crypto currencies is yet to stand the test of time, block chains, the underlying technology for crypto currencies is truly a revolutionary step in the field of technology. Companies such as the Swiss Stock Exchange, IBM and Deloitte have already begun implementing block chains into their technology to define transactions and improve security and transparency.

By |2019-04-13T23:09:22-04:00July 19th, 2017|News and Trends, Supply Chain|

5 Reasons Why the Amazon-Whole Foods Merger Will Reshape the Supply Chain World

What does the Amazon-Whole Foods Merger mean for the Supply Chain world? Amazon, in a revolutionary move, has acquired Whole Foods Market and its 436 stores nationwide for a cool $13.7 billion. The news has rocked the world of retail with several competitors such as Walmart, Target, and Costco losing shares by 4% - 9% in the aftermath

By |2019-04-13T23:09:23-04:00June 27th, 2017|Food and Beverage, Supply Chain|

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