If It’s on NPR, It Must Be True
Wade McDaniel 1/29/2014 (5) comments
As organizations talk about re-shoring, labor costs should only be part of the discussion. Taken as a whole, this is a movement whose time has come.
Is It Time to Invest in Your Supply Chain?
Wade McDaniel 10/1/2013 (5) comments
Even with all of the turmoil in the world, the macro numbers are encouraging. Now could be the time to invest and to make some big innovative changes in supply chain capabilities that will directly help customers.
What’s 'at the Heart of It All' for FedEx
Gerry Fay 5/10/2013 (6) comments
In North America, the electronics supply chain relies heavily on ground shipping. Avnet's Gerry Fay interviews Dave Kevern, vice president, World-Wide Services at Federal Express to get insights.
Get Supply Chain Analytics on Your Roadmap
Lalit Wadhwa 4/12/2013 (1) comment
Technology plays a critical role in assimilating large and complex data sets from upstream and downstream members of the value chain, analyzing it and modeling it to optimize the supply chain.
Gerry Fay 1/7/2013 (4) comments
Winning enterprises will be those that devise innovative ways to harness and translate information into supply chain excellence.
From B2B to Control Tower
Pascal Fernandez 10/12/2012 (1) comment
Improving visibility is no longer an option for manufacturers; it's the foundation of any supply chain maturity model.
Gerry Fay 10/3/2012 (3) comments
The most profitable and innovative companies are those successfully transforming their supply chains into demand-driven value networks.
Turning Data Into Dollars
Gerry Fay 9/10/2012 (10) comments
As supply chain complexities raise the ability to effectively harness the power of data, it will become even more critical to enterprise success.
Don't Yield on Green
Ray Sadowski 9/4/2012 (5) comments
Going green can reduce costs, boost sales, and preserve natural resources, so holding back isn't really a financially smart decision.
It's Not Easy Being Green
Wade McDaniel 8/15/2012 (7) comments
The design and operation of a "green" supply chain is complicated by companies' need to factor in costs and shifting customer preferences.
Caution: Green Zone Ahead
Gerry Fay 8/7/2012 (4) comments
It is time to move beyond the discussion of why green is good and focus more on making it easier for members of the supply chain.
EBN Dialogue / LIVE CHAT
EBN Dialogue enables you to participate in live chats with notable leaders and luminaries. Open to the entire EBN community of electronics supply chain experts, these conversations see ideas shared, comments made, and questions asked and answered in real time. Listed below are upcoming and archived chats. Stay tuned and join in!