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  • Happy International Women’s History Month!

    In case you missed it, check out the blog post Abe Eshkenazi, ASCM CEO, wrote to kick off this exciting month called Women's Worth. You can find the post here.

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  • As supply chains become longer, more dependent and extraordinarily complex, cybercriminals are finding alarmingly innovative ways to attack them — and these strikes often trickle down to business partners, processes, information technology (IT) and equipment. Taylor Armerding writes in a recent Forbes article that attackers are increasingly aiming to leverage the relationships among supply chain stakeholders in order to breach every facet of the primary victim’s network.
  • Last night, several ASCM board members, key women team members and I joined 130 remarkable women, who were recognized at the annual Women in Manufacturing STEP Ahead Awards gala. The 100 honorees and 30 emerging leaders embody excellence from the factory floor to the C-suite and — perhaps most importantly — are committed to mentoring and supporting the next generation of female talent.
  • The market for software with generative design tools will expand at a compound annual growth rate of 24 percent, reaching $44.5 billion by 2030. According to a new report published by ABI Research, these sales include licenses and subscription revenues for computer-aided design (CAD) products with generative design tools or standalone generative design software products.

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    RE: Inventory levels

    I have to agree with John - take a look at the website demanddriveninstitute.com  for additional case studies like the one John describes.  I just came back from Houston where we also heard about Shell's results. The Demand Driven Planner class is now ...

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