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De-risking Operational Intelligence Projects – The OpsVeda Way!

Nov 11, 2020 10:26:00 PM / by Ratheesh posted in Enterprise Software, Operational Intelligence, Innovation Intelligence Analytics, supply chain visibility, Juni, Real time operations, Business Agility, Artificial Intelligence, Operational Excellence, Data Lakes

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Amidst the blare of the US elections many of us probably didn’t notice the opening of Berlin’s new airport on 31-Oct. With its opening delayed by a good 9 years and budget overshot by $4 billion, the capital city’s airport stands out as an exception in a country reputed for engineering & planning excellence.

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Supply Chain - Strategy & Execution

Jun 30, 2020 6:22:00 AM / by Sanjiv Gupta posted in Real-time Visibility, OpsVeda Operational Intelligence, Machine Learning, Real Time Analytics, Juni, Supply Chain, Operations, Business Analytics, Deep Learning

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The Supply Chain Research Group at the University of Tennessee, defines supply chain management as “the systemic, strategic coordination of the traditional business functions within a particular company and across businesses within the supply chain,

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Data – Polysemous or Not?

Apr 24, 2020 10:22:00 PM / by Ratheesh Raveendran posted in OpsVeda Operational Intelligence, Machine Learning, real-time storyboards, Juni, Real time operations, Business Agility, Supply Chain Visibility, Supply Chain, Deep Learning, OV-Assistant, AI Assistant, Prescriptive Analytics

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Few days back, I was in an unplanned call with Sanjiv. As the call wound up, I concluded my argument saying, “…after all, data is polysemous.” It was quite uncharacteristic that Sanjiv let me conclude that way because he has a nose for debatable ideas and data being labeled polysemous is at the least contentious.

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A New Season in Fashion augurs a New Era for Visibility

Oct 30, 2019 11:51:42 AM / by Ratheesh Raveendran posted in Fashion, User Experience, Operational Intelligence, the last mile, supply chain visibility, Juni, tier 2 partner, Apparel and Footwear, Business Agility, Artificial Intelligence, Innovation, OpsVeda Exceptions, Prescriptive Analytics, Retail

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As the year entered its final quarter, I was revisiting some predictions pundits had made for 2019. It’s an interesting exercise I go through every year. Estimating soothsayer accuracy is not the objective.

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Too much Supply Chain Visibility, too little business impact

Aug 26, 2019 1:50:56 PM / by Sanjiv Gupta posted in User Experience, Operational Intelligence, Container Prioritization, Juni, Real time operations, Business Agility, Supply Chain Visibility, Artificial Intelligence, track & trace, Prescriptive Analytics

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Even if you live in a cave, chances are you haven’t missed the noise around ‘Supply Chain Visibility.’ The terms are many: “Control Tower”, “Operational Intelligence”, “Situation Room”, “Supply Chain Cockpit”, “Predictive ETA”, and so on. From software vendors to analysts to users, each group has coined its own terminology.

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3 Reasons why Retailers need an Operational Intelligence Platform

Mar 27, 2018 3:05:17 PM / by Ratheesh posted in Enterprise Software, Business Execution, User Experience, Operational Intelligence, supply chain visibility, Juni, Real time operations, channel management, News, Business Agility, Supply Chain Visibility, Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, AI Assistant, Real Time Analytics

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The supply chain is a complicated beast. From warehouse fulfillment through to the point of sale, there are a number of processes that can break down at any time and impact your business.

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None who wander should be lost… Never in the data lake

Mar 19, 2018 10:29:01 AM / by Ratheesh Raveendran posted in Enterprise Software, User Experience, Operational Intelligence, Real Time Analytics, supply chain visibility, Juni, Business Agility, Supply Chain Visibility, Artificial Intelligence, Deep Learning, AI Assistant

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Recently archeologists found evidence suggesting that our seafaring history goes back at least 130,000 years. How our ancestors of that period navigated the vast oceans is not yet known. Till GPS, accurate clocks and reliable weather forecasts became common place, exploration was difficult and risky.

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