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Who Will Win?
"The wider market is decision support. The goal is to improve organizational decision-making by unleashing the power of analytics. The supply chain planning market is narrow and used by only 3-5% of back office personnel. The new goal is decision support for the masses. The new solutions deliver answers better, faster and easier. Today’s solutions are expensive, long to deploy and hard to use. The greater the M&A activity, the worse the issue. (JDA, E2Open, Infor, and Logility grew through acquisitions.)"
uncategorized  analytics  anaplan  decision  support  supply  chain  excellence  planning 
april 2019 by jonerp
Where Would We Be Without All of the BullS&%T?
"My questions for the technologists were, “How do you define cognitive?” With hearing this question, most will answer with silence. Only Enterra answers the question with the definition of a semantic inference engine. Instead, most of the solutions are aligning data using machine learning or improving planning models through better use of math. Few are driving innovation to drive autonomous supply chain planning through better management of exceptions (not just showing the exceptions, but giving suggested action)."
big  data  supply  chains  new  technologies  advanced  planning  aera  anaplan  cognitive  computing  kinaxis  logility  market  hype 
february 2019 by jonerp
Our Walk In The Fog
"1) Demand Sensing. Despite a 2-3X increase in demand latency, there is still a strong belief that the order represents market demand. It does not. Companies talk about customer-centric supply chains, but most leaders are more comfortable in the world of supply than demand. While there is much hype on DDMRP and the use of orders as a proxy for demand, companies need to remember that orders carry latency: they are out-of-step with market purchase behavior. The further back in the supply chain that companies find themselves, the greater the order latency, the less that the order reflects market behaviors."
global  supply  chains  chain  excellence  uncategorized  anaplan  network  of  networks  plannning 
december 2018 by jonerp
My Take: The Role of Anaplan in Defining the Art of the Possible in Supply Chain Planning
"The pace of technology change is faster than business user adoption. The first step is education. The second is action. In my travels, I see companies stuck in a quagmire of arguments focused on the standardization on yesterday’s technologies versus the adoption of new approaches. In embracing the art of the possible, companies struggle. Many companies make the mistake that yesterday’s technologists–JDA, Logility, Oracle, SAP– are good business development partners to define the “art of the possible.” (On a side note, during my fifteen years as an analyst, I have never seen co-development with large established technologists be successful.) The internal dissonance within the manufacturing organization is deadly."
big  data  supply  chains  customer-centric  demand  digital  chain  new  technologies  anaplan  art  of  the  possible  network  networks  insights  global  summit 
june 2018 by jonerp
HCM Fertile Ground for Data Science - by @fscavo
"Admittedly, many of these questions raise the specter of “Big Brother,” and employees may push back if they begin to feel as if they are being profiled. But with the stakes so high, can any business leader afford to not consider tools that, properly applied, could mitigate significant risks to the business?

In private conversations, some HCM providers (not necessarily the six highlighted earlier) indicate that they are thinking about how they can address these types of issues. They may not be talking about them publicly, but new applications of data science for HCM may be coming soon."
business  process  improvement  hcm  software  selection  adp  analytics  anaplan  artificial  intelligence  big  data  science  entelo  hr  hrtech 
october 2016 by jonerp
First Take - SAP Cloud for Planning - The next spreadsheet killer is off to a good start... - by @holgermu
"I had the pleasure to attend a FP&A conference yesterday (#FPAWest) – conveniently located here in San Diego. SAP chose the event to launch a new product – ‘SAP Cloud for planning’, so let me share my first take."
sap  clouds  analytics  anaplan  bigdata  cloud  finance  fp&a  hana  platform  hostanalytics  tidemark  truva 
february 2015 by jonerp

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