An early-stage supply chain technology venture capitalist argues for connected platforms and ecosystems in logistics technology as a means to create more customer value than is currently possible.
A group of individuals publishes a volunteer-driven, open source market map of global supply chain logistics technology.
Note: A version of this story was first published on May 13, 2019, at FreightWaves. Disclaimer: The author is not an investor in Uber, or any of its competitors. Steve Case’s Rise of the Rest is an investor in FreightWaves. On May 9 — just one day before Uber’s I.P.O., The New York Times published; Why You […]
We’re now less than a week from The New York Supply Chain Meetup’s fourth gathering. The purpose of this post is to outline our plans for that event, and preview what we expect to do between now and June 2018 . . . We’re still in the early days of building this community, so much of this is subject to […]
This blog post is the first in a series of blog posts I will write as part of my effort to take an inventory of what I am learning about supply chains, digital tokens, and distributed ledger technologies. I expect these blog posts to be frustrating for most people to read because I suspect they […]
We’re now about two weeks from The New York Supply Chain Meetup’s second event. The purpose of this post is to outline our plans for that event, and preview what we expect to do over the course of the first six months of 2018 . . . We’re still in the early days of building […]