Entries tagged with “business-advisory”

Articles

4 articles found for business-advisory:


Blogs

8 blog posts found for business-advisory:

  • 4 Ways to Get the Best ROI on Supplier Satisfaction Surveys

    Supplier satisfaction drives optimal quality and performance down the supply chain, and influence customer satisfaction and business prosperity. Hence, knowing what to ask to measure it regularly is critical. Here are the 4 ways that help you get the best out of your supplier satisfaction surveys.

  • Why the U.S. Needs Automation to Keep Manufacturing Jobs Viable

    The current Trump administration, in conjunction with the manufacturing sector, would have to address a growing need to convert an existing ‘semi-skilled’ workforce to a ‘tech-skilled’ workforce, which would directly align itself with the march of automation.

  • Why Measuring Supplier Satisfaction Is More Critical Than It Looks?

    Suppliers are a mission-critical component of any supply chain. However, ironically, businesses tend to miss out on assessing supplier satisfaction qualitatively. Here’s why it is imperative to regularly measure the pulse and know where to begin.

  • Artificial Intelligence Could Boost Good Governance

    Applied Artificial Intelligence (AI) is definitely gaining significant ground among enterprises. It can also help governments to usher in better governance, and ultimately, improve overall growth and development. 

  • Improved Wastewater Recycling Technologies — Feasible Solutions to Future Scarcity

    Over 663 million people across the world don’t have access to clean drinking water.  We’ll have 40% less potable water than what we’ll need in 2030. With growing populations relying on shrinking freshwater sources, it’s imperative that we, as a species, get serious about sustainability and prudent use of our dwindling water reserves.

  • Additive Manufacturing — The Next Industrial Revolution?

    Often heralded as ‘the next industrial revolution’, Additive Manufacturing’s  unique processes, techniques, and technologies open up new grounds for innovation, offering a range of logistical, economic, and technical advantages in the manufacturing space.

  • Founder’s Stock Sale — How Not to Turn it Into a 409A Nightmare

    A Founders’ Stock sale can have serious and far reaching implications on the pricing of stock options due to 409A provisions.

    While the extent of the impact can vary significantly, it’s important to understand when this affects companies the most as well as how they can structure such transactions to mitigate these effects.

  • IoT Could Make a Difference in Pharmaceutical Manufacturing and Supply Chains

    The digitization of data and processes across the value chain coupled with the Internet of Things (IoT) could transform the pharmaceutical industry. 


Infographics

4 infographics found for business-advisory:

  • French Animal Healthcare Market

    The animal healthcare market in France is on the upswing, boosted by growing disposable income, a rising number of pets, as well as growing awareness about animal healthcare and continuous innovations in animal health products.

  • Global Airport Security Market

    The global airport security market could be worth ~$11.0 Bn by 2020, driven by growth in the number of travelers, the opening of new airports, and increasingly stringent security mandates.

  • Commercial Drones — Future Prospects

    A growing demand for high-quality data coupled with technological advancements will drive the commercial drone market, which could be worth 2.1 billion USD by 2022.

  • The GCC Facilities Management Market

    The facilities management market in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) could be worth about USD 51 billion by 2020, driven by a rise in the number of construction projects, stricter regulations, and technological advancements.


Special Reports

1 special reports found for business-advisory:

  • Is the Center of Steel Production Shifting Again?

    A combination of several factors has resulted in developing countries like China and India replacing traditional steel-producing countries such as the US, Japan, and Germany over the past few years.  There's another shift afoot, however, and new global centers of steel production are likely to emerge before long.