No two organizations have the same business processes, implement vendor products the same way, or have the same plans for customizing, maintaining, and modernizing those applications.
Manufacturers and Retailers are challenged with excess inventories and the numbers are alarming. A composable supply chain nerve center is key.
Smart Systems are Failing the Supply Chain We often hear from clients that they have a state-of-the-art “Smart Supply Chain Systems” in place. You may have heard something similar about your own supply chain systems. But what exactly does that mean?
Post-Covid, the large Food Manufacturing, and Groceries are going through Rapid business changes due to explosive growth. Both IT and Business are constrained with capacity limitations, labor shortages, integrating newly acquired businesses’ systems
The bullwhip tsunami effect has caused all efforts to focus on the hurdles of the increasingly scarce Supply Chain resources and getting the product(s) from source to destination. Now starts the “Returns” Armageddon.
While the supply chain is racing towards alternative supplier programs, modern-day slavery is of the most profound concern.
A classical supply chain is often complicated and non-linear. Moreover, it involves multiple members, and members have their own goals. That makes the situation further complicated.
Adapting to your ever-changing supply chain landscape and reacting aptly to market volatility is not happening in time. We doubt anyone would disagree with that claim.
We have more data available than ever before, so why can’t we gain control of our supply chain? That’s a billion-dollar question. Unfortunately, our supply chains lack data…
The business landscape is radically changing, and businesses needed to adapt to the circumstances of the pandemic or risk shutting down entirely.
The Suez canal blockage has immensely impacted the world’s economy and it’s reverberations will be felt for months.. Is this the new Supply Chain normal?
Digital sales are rising, but businesses still struggle to meet profitability, rising logistics costs, and higher return rate ratios. The issue stems from the orthodox way of planning and selling, i.e., economies of scale.
UCBOS offers a future-proof, future-fit solution that handles immediate business needs and adapts to future business circumstances and road maps
Recent business disruptions exposed inefficiencies in the supply chain, making retailers realize that old playbooks are not good enough and new rules must be written to sustain the new normal.
Research shows that there are approximately forty times more bytes in the digital universe compared to stars in the observable universe.
Organizations are often conferring on Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) programs to predict the future and strategize risk mitigations to sustain the market pressures.
The purpose of strategy is to take organizations to new heights through differentiated visioning, rigorous prioritization…
Enterprises are betting on technology to gain a competitive advantage in operation efficiencies, customer relations, security, and research capacity.
The last decade consistently proved that tech-savvy organizations disrupt the market to claim the largest market share, and this
Change is the only Constant! Maintaining competitive differentiation with exponentially growing Technology requires continuous innovation. The time between identifying a business need and delivering the required IT solution needs to become hours and days rather than months and years.
The Composable Enterprise is the next-gen application and software model that disrupts the way the applications are designed, developed, supported, and managed at large.
It is not a radical thought but a logical improvisation to service-based architecture.
UCBOS, Inc. is a USA-based No-Code Software firm helping enterprises achieve strategic business advantage through a 100% Configurable Supply Chain Platform that delivers business outcomes 10x faster.
Its vision is to help enterprises self-learn, adapt, and achieve ontology-driven interoperability using dynamic business data models and rapidly gain supply chain clarity, customer promise reliability, and business agility.
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