Data Analytics

Where Data and Operations Intersect to Meet COVID-19 Challenges

Posted: 07/28/2020 - 04:20
AI is instrumental when analyzing multiple, complex data assets to identify insights that are critical to predicting outcomes.

There is no shortage of analysis and predictions today regarding COVID-19 and our future.  While experts of all walks of life weigh in via global news channels, healthcare organizations are still left addressing the here and now as well as surges that could happen tomorrow, next week or in a few months. For those supporting the front lines securing necessary supplies and resources, it is paramount to be able to deliver what is urgently needed.

What’s Ahead for 2019: Doing More With Intelligent Technology

Posted: 02/19/2019 - 00:27
Intelligent technologies are changing the supply chain game everywhere. The simple fact is that intelligent technology is what often separates the leaders from the followers in today’s digital economy. Technologies like the Internet of Things (IoT), machine learning and predictive analytics help organizations derive greater value from their most valuable corporate asset: their data. Here are some specific thoughts.  
 
IoT, Machine Learning and Data Analytics Will Deliver Competitive Advantage   
 

Why RPA is Here to Stay

Posted: 12/30/2017 - 03:56

With the rapid advancement of automation technology, some are worried that new solutions might supersede the process automation that RPA offers. However, it is not a case of new technology superseding, but rather, complementing and working together with existing RPA capabilities.

Reverse Auction: Friend or Foe?

Posted: 06/30/2017 - 06:30

Procurement organizations have been using reverse auctions in sourcing events for decades as a means to reduce spend, introduce new vendors into the supply base and remain competitive in the market. While reverse auctions have flourished since the mid 1990’s, they have also been heavily scrutinized. Trends such as these have forced suppliers to adapt to competitive business practices or become inconsequential. As procurement tools become more streamlined, practices like reverse auctions are more commonplace in sourcing events; however, they continue to harbor negative connotations.

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