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Vendor Engagement and Advanced Analytics in Supply Chain Management

November 8, 2017
Posted by Shweta Chordiya


On 26th October Adjuno spoke at the breakfast networking event organised by Australasian Supply Chain Institute (ASCI) in Sydney, Australia.

Our Business Development Director from APAC, James Hargraves, presented his vision on “Vendor Engagement and Advanced Analytics in Supply Chain Management.”  He shared the insights on the latest advancements in vendor engagement and how to apply next gen business analytics to your supply chain.

We have summarised the key points from the presentation:

Trends in Online Vendor Engagement

  • Connect all trading parties together on one platform to your ERP data
  • Having one point of contact for product concept to cash, providing real-time visibility
  • Capturing ethical and technical audit result online and providing transparent results
  • Accuracy in validation & business rule adherence, greater admin control

Predictive Supply Chain Analytics

  • More status and visibility information available today than ever before
  • Predictive algorithms automatically work through a huge database of actual data to forecast and predict accurately
  • Perform in-depth analysis that identifies the implications and suggests actions caused by missed deadlines, before they become an issue


If you would like to know more about the key benefits of analytics in supply chain management for your organisation – get in touch with Adjuno today at enquiries@adjuno.com

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Shweta Chordiya – Marketing and Communications Manager, Adjuno
Shweta has worked in the supply chain industry for 10 years, six of which have been in Asia, based out of Hong Kong. Shweta has experience across a range of disciplines within the industry, notably supply chain operations, trade finance, marketing communications, PR, event management and content management for marketing collaterals. At Adjuno, she is responsible for all marketing and communications activity across the Asia Pacific region.