Common language, silos, process vs progress and utility vs value are important considerations when undertaking a complex project.
It’s the midpoint of summer and a good time to catch up on “summer reading”. For us at Arkieva, that means digging into industry reports and predictions. Here are a few articles that recently caught our eye.
We’ve spoken to a lot of people over the years. Here are the answers to some of our most commonly asked questions.
If you're looking to improve your supply chain management systems, these quick tips can help you get started.
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.
It seems we are always reinventing ourselves to meet the latest challenges. Often the solution comes down to managing people, process, and technology.
Arkieva prides itself on providing some of the best in supply chain thought leadership. Over 300,000 individuals read our blog articles in 2021. The volatile nature of the supply chain today drove our readers to educate themselves on practical actions they can take to remain competitive.
What-if analysis is not about just running software multiple times with different settings. In this week’s Supply Chain Talk Arkieva CEO Harpal Singh, evaluates how to create a streamlined process for analyzing what-if scenarios. When I was a young engineer, some lessons were learned the hard way. I remember working on a scheduling issue
Would you like advance knowledge of your competitor’s promotions? How about the production rates, or the costs that they use for measuring profitability? Just as you would welcome this type of competitive information, so would your competitors’ welcome similar information about your supply chain.
How does Walmart’s new supplier delivery policy affect suppliers? Here’s a take from Arkieva CEO on how suppliers can respond to market variability as a result of the policy change.