Tag: Syscons North America

Sustainable Supply Chains: How Can We Build Them?

Sustainable supply chains are largely discussed these days. Organizations design several strategies to reduce the environmental impact of their activities and reduce the carbon footprints originating mainly from the following critical processes: raw material sourcing, production, storage, and transportation. A sustainable supply chain aims to reduce the harm caused to the environment with a focus […]
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Syscons North America & Platinum DB Revolutionize the North American Supply Chain Market

Chicago, April 26, 2022 – Syscons North America, a global firm blending boutique-style client services with big-firm know-how, specialized in the delivery of Digital Supply Chain Solutions (DSC) and Platinum DB, a premium global consulting firm focusing on SAP Enterprise Project & Portfolio Management (SAP EPPM), have announced their strategic partnership with the shared goal […]
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The Technologies to Empower Supply Chains

Modern supply chains are like those connecting pipes of the building. Sure, they are deeply hidden, but they are the ones that keep the building functioning! In my last blog, I spoke about the changing consumer habits and mentioned strategic solutions to adequately address them. In this post, I will concentrate on the technical aspect […]
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Localization of Supply Chain: A Solution for Better Tomorrow

Humankind cannot get enough speed! Today, people want everything around them to be quick and smart. In my last blog, I discussed the changing customer behavior and their demands for faster delivery. This demand for speed has been challenging the supply chain industry in many ways. Moreover, recent instances have also made it clear that […]
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New Year at Syscons by Martino Pettenati, Syscons North America Managing Director

The holiday season is over, and now, it’s time to get back to work!   Indeed, the concept of the new year and new everything sounds a wee bit cliché; yet, I would like really believe that the year 2022 will bring some positive changes within the supply chain industry.   The past two years have been really challenging for us, the supply chain “savvies” (a term I […]
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