The Brief – July 2020


ChainLink Brief-Agile Inventory Management, Demand Planning in Uncertain Times, Geospatial Intelligence for Supply Chain Safety and Security

Best practices, technology, and new takes on critical business topics from ChainLink Research

Tuesday, July 14, 2020 – Published once each month.

A prerequisite to being able to balance supply and demand is having accurate, up-to-date inventory visibility. Here we discuss how to achieve accurate inventory visibility, within the four walls of the company and beyond into the upstream supply chain and downstream distribution channels.  [ Read: Agile Inventory Management: Part Two ]

Demand Planning in Uncertain Times

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Demand planning is just not what it used to be… [ Read: Demand Planning in Uncertain Times ]

Geospatial Intelligence: Part Six — Supply Chain Safety and Security

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

Geospatial intelligence can be used to detect, deter, and counteract cargo and equipment theft, fraud, kidnappings and hijackings, mishandling of products, and IP theft using tools such as asset monitoring, geofencing, supply chain monitoring, and other means. It can also help in enabling employee communications and safety during natural disasters and other emergencies. [ Read: Geospatial Intelligence: Part Six ]

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