The supply chain and software industries have several high-profile awards and distinctions. We, along with our customers, have been fortunate to win many over the years. There is another award program that is very special to us, our SAILS Award.
Lora Cecere, founder and CEO of Supply Chain Insights, is taking a deeper look at the role of transportation process maturity in supply chain excellence. As part of this research project, she has developed a brief survey to better understand today’s transportation planning priorities.
Consumer Goods Technology recently released its 2012 Consumer Goods Technology Reader’s Choice survey results. In Supply Chain Planning, Logility was voted highest in customer experience of all solution providers. This recognition highlights our dedication to developing supply chain software that exceeds expectations and drives tangible results for our customers.
In addition, Logility was named a top supply chain solution provider in both supply chain planning and supply chain execution for the 12th consecutive year.
The article features Lee Dame, vice president of supply chain at CooperVision on his thoughts of Logility. "Logility's robust product functionality and great customer support allows us to effectively manage Cooper Vision’s complex supply chain, improve customer service and become more sophisticated in our supply chain approaches."[..]
Dennis Berman at the Wall Street Journal recently said analytics will change your day-to-day world more than you know. In his article, So, What’s Your Algorithm, he points out that computer systems are now so powerful they can harvest vast stores of data in real-time to make the decisions (or recommendations) for you to act upon. The article provides examples such as analyzing the credit worthiness of tens of millions of homeowners as well as how, by analyzing traffic flows, the system can tell a driver the most efficient route to take on any given day.
How far is this from reality?
A recent report, “IT Survey on Cloud Computing, Virtualization, and IT Financial Services," provides new insight into how CIOs and other IT decision-makers at large enterprise organizations are evaluating and implementing cloud technologies, with a focus on the specific financial metrics they use to rationalize their investment.