In this episode of The Owl's Nest Podcast, data experts Greta Cutulenco and Hugo Fuentes spread their truth about topics such as data security and data quality, and how both aspects tie into the development of an overall data strategy.
Enabling Supply Chain Planning with Cloud-Based Technologies
In this episode, our guests Martha Lumatete and Dyci Sfregola share their expertise on such engaging topics as the conditions necessary for a successful digital transformation, the preparation required before purchasing a cloud-based system, and the importance of involving a company's current supply base as they digitalize their supply chain. Definitely a can't-miss conversation!
In the initial Owl's Nest Podcast, guests Jay Davis and Hugo Fuentes sit down with us to discuss virtual leadership, scenario planning, and the perception of supply chains in the media and within executive boardrooms. Definitely a must-listen, especially in this time of crisis.
In an episode that is equal parts informative and entertaining, Michael Ryan and Andrew Johnson sit down with us to discuss topics such as the future of inventory management, how a company can prepare for ever-increasing eCommerce from an inventory standpoint, and the common inventory challenges they see on a regular basis.
In this episode of The Owl's Nest, Ryan sits down with Anthony Clervi, Growth Advocate at Una. Anthony and Ryan discuss what makes someone a "sourcing hero", the integral role data plays in a company's data strategy, and how some sourcing challenges are actually opportunities, amongst other topics.
In the second half of our conversation with Jay Davis and Hugo Fuentes, we discuss the supply chain indicators that will be vital moving forwards, and how a gradually evolving and growing data strategy can be baked into a company's foundation.
In this episode, our guests Katya Vladykina and Kevin Koonce discuss the integral aspects of supplier communication, how supplier management fits within a company's data strategy, and how the active management of suppliers might change in the next few years.
Because of their varied and extensive backgrounds, the ideas that Katya and Kevin talk of are very applicable and adept, and the conversation is entertaining, to say the least.