Could Supply Chain Automation be the answer to the Great Resignation?
This blog is co-authored by Terence Leung, Senior Product Marketing Director; Bonnie Milam, Product Marketing Director; Michael Orr, Product Marketing Director; and Nina Seth, Product Marketing Director The COVID-19 pandemic continues to disrupt retail. Having experienced demand and supply challenges, survived enforced lockdowns and an…
How Blocking the Suez Could Dampen Summer Demand
In what feels like an anti-climactic end to an incredible story, the Ever Given – the boat that broke the internet when it blocked the Suez Canal back in March – has finally docked at Felixstowe, England, with its cargo from the Far East –…
How COVID-19 is Shifting Supply Chains
From the outside, it does seem like things are beyond control. Food/grocery retailers are seeing unprecedented demand for many items, most notably paper, and sanitizing products, canned goods, and products with a longer shelf life. But what are we seeing? If we step back and look at it from the inside, i.e., the overall supply chain, things begin to make more sense. After all, are people using more toilet paper, or eating three times as much food than they normally do? It’s not about the shortage, it’s about how quickly retailers can stock shelves when masses of people clear them out far quicker than average.
Mitigating the Impact of the Coronavirus on Supply Chains with Machine Learning and Real-Time Visibility
Blue Yonder understands the need for data to help our customers plan and respond to the supply chain not only in routine times, but also in times of crisis, such as now with the exponential spread of the Coronavirus (Covid-19).