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About Vasilisa Barsukova
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Entries by Vasilisa Barsukova
Re-look at supply chain not merely as a linear function of the business but, more as a hub of key processes and operational intelligence.
Pulse 2018 attendees were asked to define antifragility. Though each definition is a bit different than the next, we noticed an underlying theme … and it’s a powerful one.
We asked people what the future of supply chain looks like and heard some answers that we think are spot-on. Bristlecone can show you that the future of supply chain is here today.
It’s not easy to summarize three days of the most educational and inspiring supply chain event on the planet in less than three minutes … but that doesn’t mean we didn’t try.
People describe us as innovative, intelligent, forward-thinking and responsive. Our customers call us partners. They say we make a difference. Customers and friends of Bristlecone, thank you!
Bristlecone Pulse brings together industry and academia, people with diverse experiences and skillsets who share a common vision. Attendees describe it as educational, engaging and fun.
We talk a lot about supply chains. It’s what we’re passionate about. But who says we can’t mix it up every now and then? See how Pulse attendees reacted when we asked an unusual question.
Noah Dominik, senior director of customer success operations at SPS Commerce, has spent the past 15 years helping retailers bridge the ever-evolving physical-digital divide. In this presentation, he shares insights into how businesses can embrace retail’s new normal and evolve their ecosystem to meet the demands and buying behaviors of today’s consumer.
Ron Spangler welcomed Pulse attendees to the MIT campus with an introduction to the “Boston Innovation Ecosystem.” With so many forward-thinking businesses establishing a foothold in Boston, and MIT’s long heritage of turning ideas into products and creating the next generation of entrepreneurs, “the future,” said Spangler, “is being built in Boston.”