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5 Things That Will Make Users Love Their New DAM

03/12/2018

By Chris Rossi

Your company is putting in a new digital asset management (DAM) system. It comes with training materials and documentation from the vendor.

These resources cover basic functionality and the unique features of the system. If users have questions, they should be able to find the answers they need. And since the training docs show users how it all works, you should be good to go, right?

Not exactly.

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SKUs me while we fix this bottleneck.

01/22/2018

By Amy Languell

For the past 20 years, consumer brand companies have invested in a tremendous ability for their manufacturing and supply chain operations to support agile development and to produce variety.

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Digital Transformation – Part VI: An Evolutionary Leap in Human Intelligence

01/17/2018

By Rod Collins

“May you live in interesting times,” is an old English expression whose enigmatic meaning can make people wonder whether they’ve been offered a blessing or a curse. Regardless of the apparent well-wisher’s intentions, interesting times are oftentimes a blessing for some and a curse for others. The difference depends upon how capable and how fast people are in recognizing and embracing new ideas and new opportunities.

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Why managing a Consumer Brand is so hard.

01/08/2018

By Amy Languell

What do consumers want? In a word, more. More products. More varieties. More formats. More channels. And they want more of everything NOW. Between multiplying product versions, increasing product line extensions, more varied retail formats and your need to competitively innovate, the number of SKUs you have to support is getting out of control.

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Digital Transformation – Part V: Blockchain May Be the Future of IT

11/17/2017

By Rod Collins

Morning Star is not your usual company. That’s because the 400-person California-based agribusiness has no supervisors. Rather than relying on the intelligence of an elite few, Morning Star is a highly successful self-managing peer-to-peer network that has skillfully leveraged the “power of many” to sustain its position as the world’s largest tomato processor.

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