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Watch: Collaboration 2.0: A Critical Part of the Resilience Recipe

Supply Chain Brain

Mike Jette, vice president of consulting with GEP, defines the term “Collaboration 2.0,” and explains how it differs from earlier concepts of supply chain collaboration

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Supply Chain Convergence in a Disruptive Environment

Supply Chain Brain

A new GEP white paper — Supply Chain Convergence in a Disruptive Environment — breaks down the study and its findings as well as highlights how technology can mend the gap through visibility and collaboration.

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Supply Chain Planning Strategic Playbook

Supply Chain Brain

GEP’s Supply Chain Planning Strategic Playbook can help prioritize the next steps in your mission to improve planning. Here’s your playbook to doing supply chain planning right

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Ideanomics, Global Environmental Products Produce Electric Street Sweepers for Cities

NGT News

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.

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GEP Spend Category Outlook 2023 Report

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

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Watch: What Is Supply Chain Resiliency?

Supply Chain Brain

Pramod Gupta, vice president of supply chain consulting with GEP, offers a definition of supply chain resiliency, and explains its importance to organizations today It can be a vague term to employ.

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Essential Technology Capabilities for Supply Chain in 2023

Logistics Viewpoints

Alex Zhong is Director of Product Marketing at GEP. At GEP, he leads product marketing for the company’s AI-enabled supply chain solutions.

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The Power of the Network: ERP vs. Spend Management

Logistics Viewpoints

Alex Zhong, Director Product Marketing at GEP. Key spend management suppliers include GEP, Coupa, and Jaggaer. The GEP network has 5 million active suppliers and conducts over 10 million transactions, and $300 billion in spend, on an annual basis.

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5 Supply Chain Collaboration Essentials to Mitigate Disruptions

Logistics Viewpoints

Experts from North Carolina State University and GEP conducted a survey on supply chain, procurement and IT leaders to determine their challenges and priorities, focusing on examining gaps in the supply chain. Alex Zhong is Director of Product Marketing at GEP.

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Title: 5 Best Practices to Overcome Scope 3 Emission Reduction Challenges

Logistics Viewpoints

Alex Zhong is Director of Product Marketing at GEP. At GEP, he leads product marketing for the company’s AI-enabled supply chain solutions.

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GEP Outlook 2023 Supply Chain and Procurement Report

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? Read the GEP Outlook 2023 report to navigate what lies ahead.

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This Week in Logistics News (December 3 – 9)

Logistics Viewpoints

Join this GEP-ARC Advisory Group webinar — How to Build Resilience Without Losing the Benefits of Just-In-Time Inventory — to learn more about the innovative tools and capabilities GEP and the tech firm employed to manage supply chain disturbances effectively.

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Editor’s Choice: Aluminum Can Shortage Defines a New Normal for Food Packaging

Logistics Viewpoints

This article is from Chetan Chaudhari at GEP and examines the ongoing aluminum can shortage. Note: Today’s post is part of our “ Editor’s Choice ” series where we highlight recent posts published by our sponsors that provide supply chain insights and advice.

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How Labelmaster e-procurement can lower your costs of hazmat compliance

LabelMaster

Many Labelmaster customers already take advantage of our support for e-procurement platforms including Ariba, Coupa, Hubwoo (Perfect Commerce), Smart by GEP, SAP S/4 and many. How you buy your Dangerous Goods transport resources isn’t as important as how you use them.

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Editor’s Choice: What Does the SEC’s Climate Disclosure Proposal Mean for Supply Chains?

Logistics Viewpoints

This article is from GEP and look at the impact of the SEC’s climate disclosure proposal. Note: Today’s post is part of our “ Editor’s Choice ” series where we highlight recent posts published by our sponsors that provide supply chain insights and advice.

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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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Editor’s Choice: How the EV Boom is the Oil & Gas Market

Logistics Viewpoints

This article is from GEP and look at the impact of EV boom on the oil & gas market. Note: Today’s post is part of our “ Editor’s Choice ” series where we highlight recent posts published by our sponsors that provide supply chain insights and advice.

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A Radical New Way to Think About Supply Chain Management

Logistics Viewpoints

SCCN suppliers like Emerge, GEP, and Coupa provide good network visibility to procurement; solutions from FourKites and project44 provide visibility to shipments; and solutions from Interos or Eversteam Analytics provide visibility to new risks in almost real time.

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6 Ways Big Data is enhancing the global supply chain

The Logistics Academy

As global supply chains become more complex and customers more demanding, the race is on to develop software applications that can effectively manage and make sense of the zettabytes of data being generated by our digital world. Defined as the massive volume of structured and unstructured data that can’t possibly be processed using traditional software or database strategies, Big Data is affecting every corner of the business world.