The Brief – November 2020


Elements of Agile Demand-Supply Alignment, Geospatial Intelligence for Sustainable Supply Chains, Predictive Maintenance for Asset-Owning Organizations

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

Monday, November 16, 2020 – Published once each month.

Here we present a framework of the elements of ADSA: entailing how a company becomes aware of supply disruptions or demand volatility, how they gain an understanding of the current situation, prioritize and decide on a set of actions, execute those actions, and monitor progress.  [ Read: Agile Demand-Supply Alignment — Part 1B ]

Geospatial Intelligence—Part Eight: Sustainable and socially responsible supply chains

Monday, November 16, 2020

Geospatial data and intelligence often plays a critical role in achieving responsible supply chain stewardship, such as sustainable sourcing, fair trade, sustainable forestry, avoiding conflict minerals, and so forth.  [ Read: Geospatial Intelligence — Part Eight ]

Generating Value Through Predictive Maintenance—Part Three: Predictive Maintenance for Asset-Owning Organizations

Monday, November 16, 2020

Predictive maintenance can be highly valuable for asset-owning organizations to reduce downtime and maintenance costs. This includes large complex systems used in extractive industries (e.g. mining systems, oil platforms), manufacturing plants, warehouses, transportation fleets, and facilities. [ Read: Generating Value Through Predictive Maintenance — Part Three ]

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