Services

Supply chain technologies offers a wide variety of services, from small projects to full blown End to End Supply Chain solutions.
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Industry Speaking Engagements

Whatever your speaking needs are, if it is related to supply chain and technology, I can provide it.

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Training & Workshops

We can tailor any supply chain technology workshop to your needs, technical or operational based. From block chain use cases to AI application, we can build the content you need.

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Consulting Projects

Whether your needs are small or large, hourly or flat rate I can help! Please read below for a more in-depth description about consulting projects.

I make it easy to navigate an area that may not be your core competency, through:

  • Easy estimates provided in writing, with exactly what the deliverable is, no guessing or vague statements.
  • Easy billing – we can take credit cards, bill through invoices or pretty much anyway you need us to handle payments.
  • Use my contacts, network and industry experience to get the best service and the lowest rates from the most talented of vendors in the field. Whether you want niche service, top 5 Gartner Magic Quadrant or garage based developers.
Consulting Projects

A statement of work is a detailed overview of the project in all its dimensions. It’s also a way to share what the project entails with those who are working on the project, whether they are collaborating or are contracted to work on the project.

Short for “Request for Information,” the RFI is really a preliminary document used by companies that don’t understand the marketplace they’re about to enter. In the case of a company searching for a CRM, for instance, it would use an RFI if it had no prior experience with CRM and wanted to gain an understanding on the range of options in the CRM space. An RFP, “Request for Proposal,” is a document that asks vendors to propose solutions to a customer’s problems or business requirements and usually follows an RFI. An RFP should contain much more specificity in terms of what a company’s needs are by outlining the business goals for the project and identifying specific requirements that are necessary for the work being requested. The key to this document is that there is sufficient detail to give vendors the context they need in order to propose a valid solution, yet it still needs to allow enough leeway for the vendors to apply creativity and best practices to fulfill those needs. Short for “Request for Quotation,” the RFQ is an even more detailed document that drills down to the exact specifications required by the company. In a situation where an RFQ is used for a b2b software project, the company knows enough about its current system and exactly how it wants to change or improve it in the future.

Brainstorming is a group creativity technique by which efforts are made to find a conclusion for a specific problem by gathering a list of ideas spontaneously contributed by its members.

Requirements gathering is an essential part of any project and project management. Understanding fully what a project will deliver is critical to its success. Includes both business and system requirements.

Implementing smart enterprise software can revive productivity. In most cases, your customers end up interacting with the software you choose through shared interfaces or software so their loyalty is also at stake. It pays to make the right choice from the start.

Prototyping involves more than just the creation of a tactile mockup. It’s both a proof of concept using off the shelf hardware mixed with DIY materials and a fully-functional product constructed of precision-crafted components. For that reason, new product designs generally go through several prototype iterations before they are deemed ready for the production line. Whereas it’s common to think in terms of a single prototype, the process, in fact, typically results in the creation of multiple iterations.

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