29 Nov 2022
COVID-19, Retail, Supply Chain

Crisis Response: Dealing with Here and Now with Your Workforce

Organizations have been battling store closures, panic buying and much more due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Managing employees‘ safety and health, stock levels, supply chain disruption, store recovery, and customer service during this crisis has become a herculean task. Many organizations have had to close their doors either by choice or by regulations. This will have both an immediate and longer-term impact.

Wednesdays for Women

Bringing our Families Together

Today’s Wednesdays for Women blog comes from Blue Yonder’s Kerri Schrage, vice president, finance. She shares her experience participating in Blue Yonder’s first-ever townhall for families as a way to bring our families together during this time. How much does your family know about where…

Blue Yonder

Introducing the New blueyonder.com

Perhaps the next biggest step after our initial rebrand announced February 11, is the launch of our completely revisioned website which debuted this week. I’m very proud to share the new public face for Blue Yonder! This new website was a tremendous collaboration between the…

COVID-19, Supply Chain

Category Management in the New Normal – POV from Blue Yonder

COVID-19 has certainly changed the way we work, shop and interact. The impacts are even greater as a strained supply chain becomes stretched to capacity to meet the demands and needs of customers looking for critical essentials. Never has there been a time when the supply chain has been strained to this degree. As I reflect on these unprecedented times, I wanted to provide a point of view on the direction of category management now and in the future.

Store Shopper
COVID-19, Retail, Supply Chain

What Retailers Need to Consider to Come Out Ahead from Times of Uncertainty

During times of distress, nothing brings comfort like returning to basics and simplicity. As the impacts of the COVID-19 continue to evolve, consumers are faced with unprecedented disruptions to these basics while retailers are scrambling to understand impacts on their supply chain. The one constant, though, in all the chaos: retailers remain focused on servicing customers and keeping their employees working.