Chevron Taps Dassault for Product Development Platform
The consumer goods maker will use the platform to accelerate the development of products sold under the Chevron, Texaco and Caltex brands worldwide.
TrueCommerce Acquires Datalliance
The deal extends TrueCommerce's portfolio into the collaborative replenishment, inventory management and demand forecasting markets.
Mindtree Opens a 'Digital Pumpkin' in the U.S.
The unique interactive work space lets multi-disciplinary teams ideate, design and craft meaningful digital experiences.
Puma Europe Picks Tools for Personalized Engagement
The athletic wear brand selected a new platform to enhance its cross-channel, personalized marketing capabilities.
International Tech Group Acquires HighJump
International technology group Korber has acquired supply chain execution vendor HighJump. The deal reinforces Korber's business area logistics systems business. HighJump was recognized as a top Supply Chain Execution solution provider in CGT's 2017 "Reader's Choice" survey. Minneapolis, Minn.-based HighJump specializes in supply chain management software. The company has additional operations in Canada, UK, Australia, and China.
IBM, SAP Team on Shelf-Level Planning Solution
IBM and SAP SE have teamed up to provide a co-innovated solution designed to help retailers and consumer packaged goods manufacturers increase profitability and improve the consumer experience. The solution uses near real-time data to improve planning and execution in the physical store. Unique data sources, such as IBM’s Metro Pulse, flow through the SAP Cloud Platform to provide insights that can be acted upon almost immediately.
German Optics Maker Upgrades Its E-Commerce Chops
Zeiss Consumer Products will work with ModusLink to optimize its order management, fulfillment, returns and payment processes.
DuluxGroup Gets Digital with SAP
The Australia-based manufacturer of home improvement products is implementing procurement solutions from SAP as part of an aggressive plan to digitize its business.
IBM Unveils CPG Blockchain Consortium
Companies including Dole, Kroger, McCormick, McLane, Nestle, Unilever and Walmart will work with IBM to find ways for the global supply chain to benefit from blockchain.