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24/7 Wall Street has predicted the demise of the Nokia brand in 2012 . . . if it’s true then one might ask if effective supply chain risk management actually matters

November 25, 2011


I have to tell you that predicting Nokia’s demise may be a little off the mark… they have a solid manufacturing infrastructure and excellent risk management principles in place that have in the past led to increased customer satisfaction and revenues. Here is a reference article citing an amazing example of how proper planning results […]

Ahead of the curve with 2012 predictions . . . Five Predictions for Chief Information Officers

November 23, 2011


As we continue with Part-2 in our mini 3-Part ahead of the curve prediction series, in today’s post we will once again be looking to the prognosticating genius of the folks at Rosslyn Analytics to provide their take on what is likely going to happen within the world of Chief Information Officer’s in 2012. The […]

Ahead of the curve with 2012 predictions . . .

November 21, 2011


The following is today’s post from our newest blog, SpendShifts . . .  It only seems reasonable that a company such as Rosslyn Analytics who is shall we say ahead of the curve when it comes to spend management solutions is also going to be assuming a leadership position relative to making bold (okay if […]