I have received feedback from some readers who take issue with my recent column about supply chain enhancements, and the idea that improvements, rolled out judiciously over time, would promote supply chain savings.
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In bowling, earning three strikes is a good thing. But in baseball, a strike has a very different meaning. It all depends on the scorecard you’re using.
There is a sizeable disparity between recognising the need for collaborative supply-chain enhancements and knowing where to enact those changes.
I’m not surprised that so many of you have been writing me to profess your scepticism about web services and their ability to drive the next great software evolution.