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A New Kind of Supply Chain Managed Services

Logistics Viewpoints

This model comes from a partnership between GEP and Eliant Inventory Solutions. GEP is one of the relatively rare companies that is simultaneously a software company, a consultant, and a services provider. GEP offers procurement and visibility/fulfillment orchestration applications. I talked to one of GEP’s planning customers.

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Watch: Building Environmental Sustainability in Supply Chains

Supply Chain Brain

Jagadish Turimella, chief operating officer and co-founder of GEP, offers some best practices that companies can adopt for ensuring that their supply chains are prioritizing sustainability.

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Ideanomics, Global Environmental Products Produce Electric Street Sweepers for Cities

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Ideanomics’ US Hybrid subsidiary is supplying Global Environmental Products (GEP) with its proprietary electric and hybrid electric propulsion kits for use in the construction of 62 zero-emission street sweepers. GEP will provide 17 electric street sweepers to California’s Department of Transportation.

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Suppliers' Spare Capacity During July Came Close to May 2020 Levels

Supply Chain Brain

The GEP Global Supply Chain Volatility Index fell for the sixth consecutive month during 2023 from -0.26 in June to -0.50

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GEP Spend Category Outlook 2024

GEP experts in nearly two dozen critical categories guide you in the right direction in our annual comprehensive resource — GEP Spend Category Outlook 2024. There are strategic opportunities to leverage AI-powered technology and digital toolsets to overcome these hurdles more effectively.

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Global Supply Chains Are Being Underutilized for the First Time Since 2020

Supply Chain Brain

The GEP Global Supply Chain Volatility Index fell from 0.32 in March 2023 to -0.04 in April 2023, meaning supply chains have become less volatile.

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2024 Supply Chain Predictions – Relative Stability and a Migration to the Mean

Logistics Viewpoints

However, GEP And S&P Global publish the GEP Global Supply Chain Volatility Index based on data derived from S&P Global’s PMI surveys. Supply Chain Volatility The concept of supply chain volatility is difficult to measure and even more difficult to forecast, as disruptions are typically surprises.

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GEP Outlook 2022

The GEP Outlook 2022 report explores global business trends and features seven critical leadership themes that will help you proactively prepare for and power through the challenges ahead. Supply Chain & Procurement: Key Trends, Challenges and Opportunities.

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GEP Outlook Report 2024

The GEP Outlook 2024: Procurement & Supply Chain report analyzes global business trends and explores seven vital leadership themes that will equip you to make the most of the year ahead.

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GEP Spend Category Outlook 2023 Report

Read the GEP Spend Category Outlook 2023 report now to build successful spend management strategies across 22 indirect & direct categories. What are the risks for procurement in 2023? What should leaders do to deliver value amid uncertainties?

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GEP Outlook 2023 Supply Chain and Procurement Report

Read the GEP Outlook 2023 report to navigate what lies ahead. Uncertainty is looming and the challenges supply chain and procurement leaders have been facing since the pandemic are unlikely to end in 2023. What do leaders need to know?

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How One Manufacturer Used GEP SOFTWARE To Save $45M in Direct Material Sourcing

In response to these challenges, a leading heavy equipment manufacturer selected GEP to redesign its source-to-contract processes and implement a convergent data model to help manage procurement data across its multiple locations.

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The Business Costs of Supply Chain Disruption

The Economist and GEP surveyed 400 senior execs to find out their real business impacts. Supply chains have weathered a lot recently: a pandemic, natural disasters, trade wars and more. The results? Shocking, but not surprising.

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Is Digital Procurement Transformation Delivering on the Promise?

Download this report, from a GEP-sponsored survey from ISM, to check your performance and see how your peers are reaching their transformation goals. Is your digital transformation working, or is it still a work in progress?

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Just in Time vs. Just in Case: What’s the Way Forward for Supply Chains?

Read this latest GEP paper to learn how enterprises can ensure adequate supplies without running excess inventory. Just-in-time supply chains worked just fine — until they didn’t. Is more inventory the answer? It’s not a binary solution.

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Rethinking Supply Chain Risk: New Threats Demand New Tools and Strategies

Read this new HBR – GEP report on new tools and strategies to mitigate supply chain risk. Companies like Bayer AG and Akamai coped with recent supply chain disruptions much better than their peers. What did they do differently?

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Transforming Supply Chains for Higher Performance and Resiliency

Today, just 8% of companies have the digital maturity required to achieve resilience and mitigate supply chain disruptions, as per a new HBR Analytic Services - GEP study. What can enterprises do to accelerate digital transformation? Read the full report now to find out!

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Rethinking Supply Chains for Greater Efficiency, Resiliency, and Sustainability

Read the new GEP-sponsored report by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services for strategies and digital solutions to achieve these goals. Supply Chains have 3 key priorities: building resiliency, reducing costs and driving ESG performance.

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The Five Worst Practices in Procurement

The GEP white paper lists 5 common mistakes that impede the success of procurement professionals. Learn from industry veteran Bill Huber about the wrong and right ways to approach a procurement mandate and why just saving money isn’t enough. Download this report now to learn how to avoid the worst procurement practices.

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Adopting AI Responsibly: Guidelines for Procurement of AI Solutions by the Private Sector

This World Economic Forum-GEP report offers a holistic procurement process and structured framework to select responsible AI tools. As artificial Intelligence (AI) becomes more prevalent, it’s crucial that firms adopt AI technology responsibly. Download the report today.

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Leveraging Data Analytics to Build a Truly Connected and Collaborative Supply Chain

This GEP-sponsored report will show you how to leverage data for a collaborative supply chain that delivers results and how to future-proof supply chain management strategies. The C-suite is laser-focused on supply chain performance.

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5 Data Roadblocks to Overcome in the Journey to Net-Zero Emissions

This GEP-sponsored Supply Management Insider guide breaks down the data barriers to meeting sustainability goals. CPOs are now being measured on sustainability targets. How can they meet this new challenge?

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Top 5 Supply Chain Processes That Need Better Collaboration Right Now

GEP offers 5 remedies to ease your pain. A lack of collaboration is one of the leading causes of supply chain headaches. Download this guide for must-have tools and processes for better supplier interactions.

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Next-Generation Fulfillment Strategies and Operating Models: A Strategic Playbook

Download this GEP playbook to learn more about the next generation of fulfillment strategies and operating models. Faced with many fulfillment constraints and older operating models that can’t keep up, companies must look to the future.

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How to Optimize Your Supply Chain in Times of Disruption

Research by GEP and North Carolina State University shows how tech can fix the gaps and ensure supply chain resilience and optimization. Disruptions expose gaps in the supply chain and amplify problems. What can be done? Download now!

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8 Reasons Why Your Supply Chain Needs a Low-Code/No-Code Digital Platform

Read this whitepaper from TechTarget and GEP to see how it can benefit your enterprise. Low-code/no-code is a powerful innovation in software development that’s already redefining what’s possible with digital supply chain and procurement platforms.