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Big Data & Supply Chain: Lessons from the Wilderness

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poorni16
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poorni16   11/8/2018 1:38:29 AM
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Very good information. https://bit.ly/2yZT1zw

ChristopherJames
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ChristopherJames   10/15/2018 11:59:42 PM
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Well, I guess it is indeed true that we all learn from our past mistakes. If we have committed a mistake before, we simply take it as an experience curve and try our best to avoid the same incident from recurring. If companies fail to apply this method onto their data and supply chain environment, they could cause their companies to incur unnecessary costs along the way. This is quite scary to learn of especially when data integrity within the supply chain sector is highly crucial as it involves the end consumer too.



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