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Beroe spoke to Prof ManMohan S. Sodhi, Professor in Operations and Supply Chain Management, to find out why purchasing and supply chain professionals may be disappointed with the emerging supply chain technologies in the early stages of adoption.
Why Emerging Technology Initially Disappoint?
Beroe spoke to Prof ManMohan S. Sodhi, Professor in Operations and Supply Chain Management, to find out why purchasing and supply chain professionals may be disappointed with the emerging supply chain technologies in the early stages of adoption.Read Interview
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