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US-Mexico cargo delays spur new transport approaches

As ongoing, rolling delays at the US-Mexico border threaten cross-border manufacturing operations that rely on quick, dependable deliveries, US importers and Mexican shippers are...

Afternoon Coffee: Google’s Private Catalog ‘Gains IT Procurement Powers’; Volkswagen Tracking Cobalt Supply Chain

joelwork/Adobe StockIT admins across the enterprise will now be able to wield more control over accessibility of apps, thanks to Google Private Catalog. In beta,...

Supply Chain Cybercriminals Get Creative

As supply chains become longer, more dependent and extraordinarily complex, cybercriminals are finding alarmingly innovative ways to attack them — and these strikes often...

After SIG’s Spring Executive Summit, I Think Procurement is Officially Cool Now

One day you wake up and realize that you’re nearly 10 years into a procurement career (which you never expected, considering your English literature...

Commodities Roundup: Iron Ore Prices, Steel Demand and Steel Capacity Utilization

For the buyers and category managers out there, especially those of you deep in the weeds of buying and managing commodities, here’s a quick...

From Watch to Know in 2019: State of Flux Focuses on User Experience in...

Each year, some companies on Spend Matters’ 50 Providers to Know list and the list of 50 to Watch honorees here in the Spend Matters Almanac push themselves...

Sourceit: Vendor Introduction, Analysis and SWOT

Marketing procurement can be a touchy subject for businesses. This critical category can make or break a company’s ability to attract new customers, yet...

Rails work to reduce Houston congestion

Kansas City Southern referred to congestion in Houston as a smaller version of Chicago gridlock. KCS and Union Pacific Railroad acknowledge coordination between the...