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Accenture Delivers Large-Scale ERP System For Salt River Project Focused On Finance And Supply Chain Transformation, posted on Supply Chain Market

Accenture (NYSE:ACN) has implemented new back-office applications and business management systems for Salt River Project (SRP), one of the largest U.S. public power utilities. The systems implementation is part of the largest enterprise resource planning (ERP) system overhaul in the utility company’s history. [Read More…]

Global supply chain at tipping point, posted on DNA

Global supply chains have been rapidly changing over the last few years. At a forum conducted on November 23 at Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore (IIMB) on the topic, academicians and industry experts explored the current practices and emerging trends in this field. Firms outsource to take advantage of the changes in cost and skill between countries. “Can an Indian firm become a global player without strong participation in and development of local market, before it builds its capabilities and proves its qualities here?” asked Pankaj Chandra from IIMB, as he led the forum to understand the primary objective of global supply chain, which is meeting demand by creating value. [Read More…]

Curbs fail to end baby formula shortage, by Beatrice Siu, posted on The Standard

The health chief says the government is concerned that the supply of baby formula remains insufficient despite the two-can restriction on visitors leaving the SAR. Ko Wing-man said a government consultancy report on a stress test of formula supply pointed to several flaws in the supply chain. A committee, which will study and recommend a proposal on improving supply-chain management, met on Wednesday. [Read More…]  

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