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Top Priorities for 2H 2020 and beyond...

Aug 28, 2020 10:30:00 PM / by Sanjiv Gupta posted in Operational Intelligence, Real-time Visibility, channel management, Business Agility, Supply Chain Visibility, Artificial Intelligence, Supply Chain, AI Assistant, COVID

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In the weeks following the onset of the COVID shutdowns, most organizations were in crisis-response mode; but as things return to a normal (or semi-normal) state, business leaders should pause, take some time to assess the efficacy of their actions, and internalize the lessons learned.

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The Data-Driven Organization...

Aug 13, 2020 10:00:00 AM / by Sanjiv Gupta posted in Operational Intelligence, Real-time Visibility, Business Agility, Supply Chain Visibility

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In recent years, a new saying has grown popular among many business leaders: “Data is the new oil.” With the advent of IoT, mobile devices, and web services, the volume of data available has increased exponentially.

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Automation Is Key To Scaling Operations...

Jul 29, 2020 10:29:00 PM / by Sanjiv Gupta posted in Operational Intelligence, Real-time Visibility, channel management, Business Agility, Supply Chain Visibility, Artificial Intelligence, Supply Chain, AI Assistant, COVID

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On his popular TV show “The Profit,” entrepreneur Marcus Lemonis repeats this mantra frequently: successful businesses are built on the three P’s; people, product, and process. The concept has its origins in lean manufacturing, but it has since taken hold across a broader spectrum of industries.

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To Succeed in the 2020s, Focus on Agility....

Jul 15, 2020 7:38:00 AM / by Sanjiv Gupta posted in Enterprise Software, Predictive analytics, Container Prioritization, Business Agility, Supply Chain Visibility, Artificial Intelligence, Business Analytics, Deep Learning, Prescriptive analysis, OpsVeda Exceptions, Real Time Analytics

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Disruption is nothing new; it’s just happening a lot faster and with greater impact than ever before. The good news, though, is that it’s not only possible to survive under such circumstances; great companies can even succeed and prosper in the midst of massive disruption.

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How to track performance and uncover opportunities in Supply Chain!

Jun 15, 2020 2:21:00 PM / by Nandini Gautam posted in Enterprise Software, Predictive analytics, Container Prioritization, Innovation Intelligence Analytics, News, Business Agility, Innovation Intelligence Paradigm Analytics, Supply Chain Visibility, global supply chain, Artificial Intelligence, Business Analytics, Deep Learning, Prescriptive analysis, AI Assistant, OpsVeda Exceptions, Real Time Analytics

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Today’s companies continue to expand to reach global markets, but this has made control of supply chains more and more complex. Companies recognize that developing and executing successful supply chain strategies can be key to gaining a competitive advantage in the marketplace.

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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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Fashion’s Kipchoge or Tenderfoot? It will be a faster run either way!

Nov 13, 2019 10:00:33 PM / by Ratheesh Raveendran posted in Fashion, Operational Intelligence, Real-time Visibility, Real Time Analytics, channel management, Apparel and Footwear, Business Agility, Supply Chain Visibility, Artificial Intelligence, Innovation, Supply Chain, AI Assistant

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October 12th, 2019 was a red letter day for every athletics fan. That day, for the first time in history a human completed the marathon in under two hours! Eliud Kipchoge the current world record holder did the unbelievable and shaved off a good 2 minutes from his best time.

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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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Enterprise Processes: Let Machine Learning follow the Rules

Jun 18, 2019 1:46:38 AM / by Ratheesh Raveendran posted in Business Execution, Predictive analytics, User Experience, Operational Intelligence, Real Time Analytics, Engineering, Real time operations, Business Agility, Supply Chain Visibility, Artificial Intelligence, Innovation, Business Analytics, Deep Learning, AI Assistant, Prescriptive Analytics

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It was the penultimate day of my trip to our San Jose office. In the evening Vikas, Dinesh & I went for a short hike at the Alviso Marina County Park. It was a beautiful trail and the hike was uneventful except for Vikas’ narration of his past exploits with a mountain lion.

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Is your hunch the next Fosbury flop?

Apr 25, 2019 1:36:53 AM / by Ratheesh Raveendran posted in Business Execution, Predictive analytics, Operational Intelligence, Real Time Analytics, supply chain visibility, Real time operations, Business Agility, Supply Chain Visibility, Artificial Intelligence, Innovation, Business Analytics, Deep Learning, OV-Assistant, AI Assistant

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L: Dick Fosbury doing the “Fosbury Flop” to win the high jump gold medal at the 1968 Mexico City Olympics (Source: International Olympic Committee)
R: Illustration showing path of center of gravity in the Fosbury Flop (Source: Wikimedia Commons, Author: AlanSiegrist)

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