A supply chain is a complex process that comprises many players and is difficult to organise without IT. Continuing to put your ERP system central for the organisation of your supply chain is a dead end. That elephant has to be removed from the room. Read the blog of Hans Ketterings (Yellowstar) and Hans Hulsinga (UC Group).
Welcome to the new world of chain management! What does it actually mean? Dominant chain parties could take the lead by establishing a chain platform that allows everyone to connect and share data. Read the blog of Hans Ketterings (Yellowstar) and Hans Hulsinga (UC Group).
We still regularly come across outdated software in the logistics sector. At first glance, nothing seems wrong with this. However, how long can you still have a black and white television repaired? Anyone who needs to have something programmed in Basic or Cobol will have to do their recruiting in a retirement home.
Would you refer to your company as ‘standard’? Surely not, right? Then why do companies settle for a standard product for their IT? Opting for a standard IT product holds many limitations. Customisation on the other hand combines the best of both worlds: a standard basis with a demand-oriented IT solution.
In mid-April 2019, Minister Schouten of the Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality pulled the plug on the development of a new IT system for the Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority. How is it possible that IT projects for government clients keep failing?