The law firm Crowell & Moring recently released a survey-based report that looked at how companies are navigating pressures to improve their environmental performance. The company surveyed 225 executives whose jobs included environmental, social, and governance issues. 56% of respondents said their company does NOT measure its carbon footprint.
The global supply chain didn’t get a whole lot of attention until it broke down. Now, consumers are painfully aware of just how much their lives rely on the smooth functioning of the system that moves goods around the world. Global shortages, episodes of hoarding, factories shuttered for lack of parts, soaring transportation costs, clogged ports and spiking inflation are all consequences of a snarled supply chain.
National Bank of Canada analyst Richard Tse remains captivated by Kinaxis (Kinaxis Stock Quote, Charts, News, Analysts, Financials TSX:KXS), maintaining an “Outperform” rating and target price of C$225/share for a projected return of 14.7 per cent in an update to clients on Friday.
Software maker Kinaxis is boosting its revenue projections for fiscal 2021 in the wake of a third quarter that saw the Ottawa firm win a record number of new customers.
The stock may have had its ups and downs this year but National Bank Financial analyst Richard Tse is staying bullish on Kinaxis (Kinaxis Stock Quote, Charts, News, Analysts, Financials TSX:KXS). In an update to clients on September 26, Tse maintained his “Outperform” rating and target price of $225/share for a projected return of 16.6 per cent at the time of publication.
Software powerhouse Kinaxis doubled its new customer wins from a year earlier in the second quarter as more mid-sized companies jumped on board amid continued supply-chain upheaval in the wake of the pandemic.
A wide-ranging interview with Anne Robinson, CSO at Kinaxis, in which we explore the changing role of supply chain professionals in the enterprise today
Traditional supply chain planning is siloed, argues John Sicard, Kinaxis CEO, as he opens today's Big Ideas in Supply Chain Virtual Summit. We examine his case for concurrent planning in a digitally connected world.
Technicolor Connected Home digitally transformed its manual supply chain operations with the Kinaxis supply chain platform, resulting in improved forecasting ability.
Do you want visibility or transparency? Polly Mitchell-Guthrie, posed that provocative question to supply chain professionals on her LinkedIn feed. Ms. Mitchell-Guthrie is the VP of Industry Outreach and Thought Leadership at Kinaxis. Kinaxis is a top supplier of supply chain planning software.
“People matter here. Music matters here. We needed to demonstrate our commitment to the music industry as a whole including the people behind the scenes and the artists themselves.” – John Sicard, CEO, Kinaxis
With the help of powerful advances in technology, business leaders are unifying supply chain and finance teams across everything from daily operations to long-term strategic planning. Firms in various industries are unlocking opportunities by shifting from manual and disconnected planning and data forecasts to “concurrent planning”—a technique based on synchronizing data and unifying teams to improve analytics and business insights. Under this technique, what was once static, calendar-driven planning can transform into agile, continuous reevaluation and data-driven decisions.