Although the show is geared toward Oracle JD Edwards users, several topics were discussed that are applicable to any enterprise. To help you focus (no pun intended) your tech priorities for 2015 and beyond, here are 5 key takeaways that need to be on your radar.
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The customer benefit is clear: the convenience of shopping from home and the instant gratification of picking up just what you wanted from a nearby store, rather than hunting around—wasting time and energy—for the right product in the right size, color, etc. And the business benefit? Happy customers are good for business—and in the digital economy, a happy customer is one whose shopping experience has been transparent, flexible and most of all, convenient.
Because of our focus in creating and implementing mobile supply chain solutions, we pay close attention to the world of IT, including hot topics, pervasive challenges and upcoming opportunities. To help you frame your strategic IT framework throughout 2015, we’ve compiled a list of the three biggest industry issues. Consider this your cheat sheet as you prepare for what’s ahead—and in our opinion, it’s some pretty exciting stuff.
When Gartner bills their Supply Chain Executive Conference 2014 as “the world’s most important gathering of supply chain leaders,” it’s a lofty declaration—and in this case, it’s absolutely true. Several DSI executives and employees attended the conference, and now that they’re back in the office, we’re busy rehashing the conversations, tools and takeaways that were in abundant supply (no pun intended) throughout the three-day event.