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Customer behavior tracking takes another step

Tracking customer behavior is nothing new. Mobile technology and GPS devices have allowed for targeted advertising and marketing. Tracking purchases through credit cards and analyzing the data has given retailers more information about you than most people in your life...

source: By Danielle Wegert
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Businesses should map their supply chains, review supply chain practices and hold their suppliers accountable to control anti-trafficking risks in their operations. These recommendations are in a briefing aimed at tackling modern-day slavery by nonprofit organization Sedex...

source: Supply Management

Dan Gilmore writes, "In my opinion, there is a lot of humbug and hype out there right now relative to Big Data, and a lack of clarity about where the applications/opportunities are in the supply chain. That said, I think there really is something here, but largely still...

source: Supply Chain Digest

Consumer products giant Proctor & Gamble has become the latest company to cave into pressure from Greenpeace, revealing new goals to eliminate deforestation from its entire palm oil supply chain by 2020. Despite the major step forward, the company already faces questions...

source: Green Biz

SAPinsider held its annual supply chain conference in Las Vegas. SAP took advantage of this well-attended conference to announce the company's new direction for its supply chain product portfolio. This visionary new product stack will lead...

source: ARC Advisory Group

There are many opinions on how organizations can achieve efficiency and effectiveness in their supply chains. One method organizations employ to achieve these goals is the adoption of lean processes. According to APQC's Open Standards Benchmarking in procurement, 27.5 percent...

source: Spend Matters

China Minmetals said Monday that a consortium led by one of its subsidiaries MMG has agreed to buy Glencore Xstrata Plc's stake in the Las Bambas copper mine project in Peru for $5.85 billion. China Minmetals, a state-owned mining...

source: Agence France-Presse via IndustryWeek


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