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Supply chain trends 2023

The COVID-19 pandemic caused major disruptions within supply chains and worsened issues supply chains had already been facing. This year, supply chains have had to work towards recovering from the pandemic and reaching stability. This has affected the supply chain trends for 2023. Other factors affecting the trends are inflation, decreased consumer spending, and increased carrier capacity. Here are seven supply chain trends for 2023. 1. Businesses within supply chains will become more proactive The pandemic was a major disruption within supply chains and led to many other little disruptions throughout the supply chain. Businesses and supply chain professionals…

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From cloud computing to cloud chains – the rise of SCAAS

Ever since Salesforce arrived on the scene nearly 20 years ago, the holy grail of business start-ups has been to emulate the model it essentially created: software as a service (SaaS). There is good reason for this model being so coveted, not only by start-ups but also by captains of industry across sectors where there have been countless efforts to replicate it. The SaaS model allows for amazing margins at scale and predictable annuity revenue streams. For customers, it lowers upfront costs and often leads to better service and product improvements over time. The question being, can the benefits…

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