A period of increasingly free and open world trade that has characterized the past decades appears to be ending, replaced by a new and more challenging era of international commerce. This will pose a significant challenge to most product companies with international operations. Even as they have honed their ability to balance supply and demand, companies are more vulnerable to supply chain issues when events disrupt the smooth flow of goods and services. Organizations can address this vulnerability by enhancing their ability to adapt quickly to environmental changes.
Kinaxis Enhances Supply Chain Planning in a New Era of Trade
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About the Author
SVP and Research Director
Robert Kugel is responsible for the Office of Finance and business research, focusing on the intersection of information technology with the finance organization and business. His research agenda includes the application of IT to finance and business process optimization, looking particularly at ERP and continuous accounting, financial performance management, predictive planning, price and revenue management, revenue and lease accounting and robotic finance.