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  • 10 Oct 2022 8:54 AM | Abbie Lunn (Administrator)

    Listen in as Abe Eshkenazi and Bob Trebilcock talk to David Glick, Tom Raftery and Rick Watson about the most important trends shaping the future of supply chain management, from technology to sustainability to talent. You won’t want to miss this episode of The Rebound, recorded live at this year’s ASCM Connect.

    Sure, we’re all still dealing with supply chain disruptions. But, the best organizations are looking beyond the present to the future and asking: What are the steps we need to take to build resiliency, agility and a customer focus into their processes? Is it technology? Is it talent? And, how will the focus on sustainability and diversity shape our organizations going forward? 

    Read more on Supply Chain Management Review here.

  • 10 Oct 2022 8:53 AM | Abbie Lunn (Administrator)

    Mr Accuracy Reports , Contact And Call Centre Outsourcing market report contains detailed information on factors influencing demand, growth, opportunities, challenges, and restraints. It provides detailed information about the structure and prospects for global and regional industries. In addition, the report includes data on research & development, new product launches, product responses from the global and local markets by leading players. The structured analysis offers a graphical representation and a diagrammatic breakdown of the Contact And Call Centre Outsourcing market by region.

    The global market size of Contact And Call Centre Outsourcing will reach (2028 Market size $$) million $ in 2027 with a CAGR of % from 2022-2027.

    Read more on The Sports Forward here.

  • 10 Oct 2022 8:37 AM | Abbie Lunn (Administrator)

    Automation Anywhere, one of the best-funded RPA providers with over $1 billion capital raised to date, went the debt route this week, securing a $200 million loan from Silicon Valley Bank, SVB Capital and Hercules Capital.

    Debt raises aren’t necessarily a bad thing — they’re a useful tool, particularly for companies with high annual recurring revenue — but the magnitude and timing of the Automation Anywhere raise suggests it was more out of necessity than choice.

    Read more on TechCrunch here.


  • 10 Oct 2022 8:36 AM | Abbie Lunn (Administrator)

    The report investigates the current status of the Procure-to-Pay Outsourcing Market and analyses the future trends of the Procure-to-Pay Outsourcing market. The report explores the market opportunities available in the Procure-to-Pay Outsourcing market. The report assesses the Procure-to-Pay Outsourcing market sourced from the currently available data. The report provides in-depth information of the Procure-to-Pay Outsourcing market that helps market players understand and analyse the Procure-to-Pay Outsourcing industry in terms of key products and services, value-added products, emerging markets, and industries. The report provides basic analysis of the Procure-to-Pay Outsourcing market. The report determines the current production and future demand for the products and services, and assists the market players in planning for investment. The report analyses the major exporting and importing producers, overview of the industry, preliminary and secondary assessment of its future potential. The report summarizes the knowledge gaps and recommendations.

    Read more on The Sports Forward here.

  • 10 Oct 2022 8:34 AM | Abbie Lunn (Administrator)

    With all of the recent events disrupting global supply chains, the trade war between the U.S. and China might seem like old news. But it remains a concern for importers and exporters, and it’s likely to influence sourcing decisions in the months and years ahead.

    The luster of China as a source of low-cost production has been progressively fading. It began happening well before the pandemic, when Chinese factory wages started to climb, and workers became harder to retain. Then came the imposition of import tariffs on Chinese-made imports by then-President Trump, which were kept in place by President Biden. Finally, COVID-19 led to a rolling series of factory shutdowns in China, starving retailers and distributors of product at a time when customer demand was surging.

    Read more on SupplyChainBrain here.

  • 10 Oct 2022 8:32 AM | Abbie Lunn (Administrator)
    Nearly 58 per cent of about 1,300 global chief executive officers (CEOs) expect the recession to be mild and short, a survey of KPMG revealed. They said the recession was anticipated, looming large, to hit over the next year.

    These leaders were asked about their strategies and outlook during the survey.


    Read more here.

  • 6 Oct 2022 9:08 AM | Abbie Lunn (Administrator)

    ICAEW and CIPFA have issued a joint response to the Public Sector Audit Appointments Ltd (PSAA) announcement of the outcome of its procurement of local audit services.

    This reflects CIPFA and ICAEW’s shared view of the vital importance of local public audit in ensuring transparency and accountability for taxpayers.

    Read more on CIPFA here.

  • 5 Oct 2022 8:35 AM | Abbie Lunn (Administrator)

    DXC Technology (DXC.N) said on Tuesday it had been approached by a financial sponsor regarding a potential takeover of the IT management company, without disclosing further details.

    Shares of the company, which has a market capitalization of nearly $6 billion, jumped nearly 9% on Tuesday before a trading halt. They were up 5.5% after trading resumed.

    The company has received no formal proposal but is engaged in preliminary discussions, it said.

    Read more on Reuters here.


  • 5 Oct 2022 8:33 AM | Abbie Lunn (Administrator)

    The John Lewis Partnership is committing to more sustainable sourcing of cotton, cashmere and polyester under new targets in a bid to achieve zero-deforestation.

    Read more on Just Style here.

  • 5 Oct 2022 8:29 AM | Abbie Lunn (Administrator)

    It is the fourth company’s opening in new countries for 2022, after expanding its footprint in Eastern Europe with the Moldovan office and two locations in the Caucasus — Georgia, and Armenia. And today, it announced the first location in Latin America, the fastest-growing software outsourcing destination due to its talented bilingual engineers, tax benefits, and cost-effective rates. The physical presence in Colombia helps to enhance Remote In-Sourcing®, a proprietary business model for building expert development teams for software engineering and data processing projects.

    Read more on Newswires here.

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