What does the Word Innovation Mean to You?

What does the word “innovation” mean to you? Merriam-Webster defines innovation as “the introduction of something new,” but the word holds a slightly different meaning for everyone. Learn what “innovation” means to top executives across a variety of industries.

If your Supply Chain were an Animal, What would it be, and Why?

If your supply chain were an animal, what would it be, and why? Does it live on land or in water? What are its characteristics? Check out these creative answers from executives and supply chain leaders across a variety of industries.

What Comes to Mind when you Think of Bristlecone?

What comes to mind when you think of Bristlecone? Watch what thought leaders in supply chain, customers, partners and analysts say about Bristlecone’s capabilities and commitment to customers.

Modeling for Success in the Semiconductor Industry – Joe Williams, UCT

Joe Williams, President, Semiconductor Products & Solutions at UCT, talks about the semiconductor industry and UCT’s success with SAP S/4HANA. He describes his experience, lessons learned and how Bristlecone helped UCT in its business transformation.

Lessons from Undertaking a Business Transformation – Phil Smart, Tupperware

Phil Smart explains how the digital supply chain works in the direct selling industry and shares business transformation success factors. He discusses the importance of change management and conducting a readiness assessment prior to undertaking any digital transformation project.

Building Blocks: Innovative Supply Chain Platform – Rinus Strydom, Tradeshift

Watch Rinus Strydom of Tradeshift speak about the key challenges and cost hubs in the modern supply chain. He discusses the role of apps and platforms and how Tradeshift is helping customers around the world ease common supply chain constraints.

Building Blocks: Innovative Supply Chain Platforms – Mark O’Leary, SPS Commerce

Mark O'Leary of SPS Commerce talks about how omnichannel commerce has created complexities in fulfillment – with even the simplest of online transactions requiring a massive backbone – and what retailers can do to ensure positive customer experiences in this new normal.

From Darkness to Digitally Transparent Supply Chain – John Brine, Sleep Number

John Brine describes how the supply chain can make or break the brand experience. He explains the digital supply chain transformation that is enabling Sleep Number to maximize customer satisfaction by achieving real-time visibility, operational efficiency and seamless order fulfillment.

Evolution of Supply Chain Planning – Larry Sladewski, Nvidia

Larry Sladewski shares Nvidia’s vision for using AI to enhance its supply chain. AI will help Nvidia accelerate information flow, improve forecasting and decision-making, mitigate risk and, ultimately, keep pace with expanding product lines and evolving geopolitical and regulatory landscapes.

“Instegration” and the Future of Logistics in Supply Chain – Bobby Napiltonia, NEXT Trucking

Bobby Napiltonia introduces NEXT Trucking’s plans to revolutionize the U.S. freight logistics and transportation industry through a new ‘instegration’ initiative with Bristlecone. He discusses how this initiative will reduce downtime, emissions and risk, while increasing revenue and driver satisfaction.