Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain

Eliminate supply chain disruptions with AI-powered playbooks

Written by Alex Zhong | February 5, 2020 | Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain, Supply Chain Trends

In the next four years, your supply chain organization has a 1 in 5 chance of experiencing a disruption that could result in related damages exceeding $120 million. Organizations deal with business and supply chain disruptions on a daily basis. We get so used to dealing with these hiccups that sometimes we lose perspective of ...read more


Fueling the next-generation of supply chains

Written by Jeanette Barlow | October 7, 2019 | Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain, Order Management, Supply Chain News

In today’s global marketplace, businesses can win or lose on the strength of their supply chain. To deliver market-leading agility, supply chain leaders have spent years digitizing processes, optimizing workflows, and introducing analytics to better understand past events so they can take more informed actions in the future. Despite enormous investments of time, budget and ...read more


No two supply chains are the same – IBM Sterling has a platform for that

Written by Marshall Lamb | October 7, 2019 | Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain, IT & Developers, Supply Chain News

Historically, most supply chains are closed systems locked behind four walls. They are a stitched-together series of heterogeneous systems, networks and applications, with many different data formats. Because no two supply chains are the same and are comprised of many systems beyond their control, developers and partners tell me that one of their biggest challenges ...read more


Introducing IBM’s new AI capability – Business Transaction Intelligence

Written by Jessica Watson | August 30, 2019 | Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Supply Chain

IBM introduced Business Transaction Intelligence (BTI), a new capability of IBM Sterling Supply Chain Business Network, at the Gartner Supply Chain Executive Summit. More than 200 Sterling Supply Chain Business Network customers are early adopters, including Anheuser-Busch, Petco and The Master Lock Company. Nickolas Bonivento, EDI Manager – North America, Anheuser-Busch and Labatt Brewing, tells ...read more