Part 3: How Natural Language Processing (NLP) Can Benefit the Supply Chain – Internal Structured Data

This blog discusses how utilizing a semantic parsing method can help a less experienced user transform their data questions into advanced database queries, and how it can help detect errors in datasets.

Part 2: How Natural Language Processing (NLP) Can Benefit the Supply Chain – Internal Unstructured Data

We know how to deal with structured data but working with unstructured data might be a bit more time consuming and challenging. There are multiple solutions that NLP offers to transform your unstructured enterprise data to structured data.

10 Ways to Buffer Supply Chain Risk

In today’s highly globalized economy, no country can remain isolated or insulated from the outside world. The world is so interconnected that one hiccup can cause a myriad of issues downstream.

Tools of the Trade: Characteristics of Agents of Change Teams to Drive Successful Investment

In previous “tools of the trade” blogs, the focus has been on conveying a basic understanding of core technologies critical to improving supply chain management decision making. Other blogs have focused on investing in technology.  As with any investment there are risks to success. This blog focuses on the need for a small group driving technology that upsets the social order called agents of change (AOC). 

What To Expect in 2022: Arkieva’s Take on 2022 Supply Chain Trends

With the new year comes pundit “prediction season”. It seems that anyone who can type will post their list of things to look out for.  It’s human nature to look ahead and anticipate what may be. We all look back to look forward – just like a good demand forecast does. And if you think about it, most calendar-year business plans are in truth, predictions about the year to come. 

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