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How AI & Price Optimization Can Offset COVID-19’s Impact on B2B Supply Chains

In this contributed article, Barrett Thompson, General Manager of Commercial Excellence at Zilliant, highlights that while 2020 has provided no shortage of supply chain challenges, adopting AI and price optimization can offset negative financial impacts. When equipped with advanced pricing science and software, companies can correct course on the pitfalls of the traditional pricing approach and regain anywhere from 1 to 3% in lost margin.

Factoring the User Into Supply Chain Data Presentation

In this special guest feature, Jono Marcus, Behavioral Insights Director and Digital Project Owner for AtSource.io, Olam’s sustainability insights platform, at Olam International Ltd., explores how behavioral science can make complex data meaningful and useful.

It’s Time to Start Using AI for Supply Chain Risk Management

In this contributed article, Nate DeJong and Colleen Eland of LLamasoft, believes it’s worth taking a fresh look at how AI can boost supply chain resiliency, whether that’s creating a digital twin, building predictive models, or adding simulation tools to prepare for whatever may come your way.

The Impact of Data Science On Customer Intelligence, Space Strategy and Supply Chain Optimization

In a new white paper recently released, “The Impact of Data Science On Customer Intelligence, Space Strategy and Supply Chain Optimization”, 84.51° explains how this innovative data science has become embedded- specifically in three of its missions: Customer Intelligence, Space Strategy and Supply Chain Optimization.

The Impact of Data Science On Customer Intelligence, Space Strategy and Supply Chain Optimization

In a new white paper recently released, 84.51° explains how this innovative data science has become embedded- specifically in three of its missions: Customer Intelligence, Space Strategy and Supply Chain Optimization. 

Infographic: AI and the Future of Consumer Goods

AI for consumer goods starts in the supply chain. Since 2016, the use of AI in retail grew by 600%; and by 2021, customer service interactions handled by AI will grow by 400%. Are you ready for the impact of AI on your business? By 2023 we estimate that 95% of supply vendors in the consumer goods space will be leveraging AI learning – will you be one of them? The infographic below from our friends over at Noodle.ai outlines the emergence of AI in retail.