The May edition of Supply Chain Digital is now live!

By Sean Galea-Pace
Welcome to the May edition of Supply Chain Digital! In our cover feature this month, we speak with Stefan Gstettner, Partner & Associate Director i...

Welcome to the May edition of Supply Chain Digital!

In our cover feature this month, we speak with Stefan Gstettner, Partner & Associate Director in the Frankfurt office of Boston Consulting Group, to discuss the impact of digitalisation in the supply chain. “It goes without saying that our clients expect us to be at the forefront of market developments – I would even argue, that’s not enough,” he affirms. “We aspire to shape trends in the supply chain space.”

Also inside this issue, we look at the transformation of digital procurement and examine how some of the biggest companies globally are redefining their procurement approach.

Elsewhere, we explore the digital evolution of 3PL services, as Coyote Logistics, UPS, Blue Yonder and EY discuss the changing expectations of the sector. 

In this month’s special report, we examine the introduction of blockchain in the supply chain and look at what opportunities companies can leverage by adopting new technologies into their operations.

In this edition’s Top 10, we count down 10 of the leading procurement software vendors worldwide. 

Also, don’t miss exclusive digital reports with Ninja Van, Pokka International, Motisun Group and Petronash!

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Featured Articles

Weekly news round-up across supply, logistics & procurement

CIPS chief in supply cash-flow warning; Women do better in large firms - Gartner; Accenture Euro chief's Ukraine advice; Dell supply head's green goals

UST webinar on managing supply risk available on-demand

Global CPO David Loseby and UST's Jonathan Colehower share insight on using technology, both to mitigate supply chain risk and to gain supply visibility

Global land, sea and air logistics news round-up

Global logistics IoT spend ‘will top $32bn by 2032’; UN $10mn grant for explosion-hit Port of Beirut; Costa Rica ransomware attack causes ports chaos

Comfort zones the enemy of sustainability - CIPS economist

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Women in supply fare better in large firms - Gartner report

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