PwC | April 28, 2020
Supply chains will diversify in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, but they will only relocate completely as a last resort, according to a survey of 305 CFOs completed by PwC during the week of April 20.Immediate supply chain concerns are waning as CFOs gain clarity on what to expect in the short term and what kind of changes are necessary to weather shocks like the COVID-19 pandemic in the future. CFOs recognize the value of diversification (56% plan to find alternate and additional sourcing options in reaction to COVID-19) but this is a somewhat long-term goal. Diversification is three-year exercise, Amity Millhiser, PwC vice chair and chief clients officer, said on a Monday call with reporters.The sentiments expressed in PwC's latest biweekly survey were echoed in a separate report issued recently by the accounting firm in partnership with AmCham China, in which 74% of businesses sourcing in China had no plans to move sourcing out of the country.
PR Newswire | August 31, 2020
Allegis Global Solutions (AGS) Supply Chain Management has selected ICONMA for its 2020 Strategic Partners Program. The selection was based on ICONMA demonstrating superior levels of program delivery and partnership to both AGS and our clients. To determine our 2020 Strategic Partners, we extracted data from our proprietary business intelligence tool, ACUMEN to analyze key supplier performance metrics. Additionally, we conducted an enterprise wide survey to obtain supplier ratings from our Operations Leaders and Supply Chain Consultants," said Erin Hough, Executive, Supply Chain at AGS. The award was warmly received by ICONMA Co-Founder and CEO, Claudine George, and the entire leadership team. When we started ICONMA almost 20 years ago, we couldn't imagine the great partnerships we would build along the way. Allegis is one of our great partners, and we are honored to be an AGS Strategic Partner for another year, said George.
Firebolt | December 10, 2020
Firebolt, the world's quickest cloud data warehouse, reason worked for elite investigation, today uncovered another class of cloud information warehouse as an assistance and declared $37 million of financing. Firebolt conveys the quickest investigation execution – up to 182 times quicker than other information warehouses – for the most testing information necessities at the multi-terabyte and petabyte scale, empowering better with less cloud resources. Firebolt, on account of its notable innovation, permits organizations to examine a lot bigger volumes of information than already conceivable. This significantly improves the ROI of gathering information and empowers a horde of new information driven use cases with genuine business sway.
The global cloud analytics market is required to develop to $65B by 2025, with expanding request driven by tremendous digitization and the biggest software public contribution ever. However, current cloud information warehouse arrangements battle with execution and significant expenses, restricting their capacity to address the requirements of tasks and client confronting investigation. This issue has for some time been a trouble spot for Eldad Farkash and Saar Bitner, the organizers of Firebolt. Eldad, Firebolt's Co-founder and CEO, was already the Co-founder and CTO of Sisense, one of the main business insight items available. Saar, Firebolt's Co-founder and COO, filled in as the GM and CMO at Sisense. They understood that with terabytes of data, cloud data warehouses couldn't scale to convey the presentation and effectiveness organizations expected to control their BI tools and analytics.
Firebolt is the principal cloud data warehouse that delivers a sub-second intelligent examination involvement in terabytes to petabytes of information. It empowers experts, representatives and end clients to pick up the experiences they need without sitting tight for the outcomes or worry about costs.