This blog is operated and driven by experts. If you want to join the team of co-owners, co-editors or guest-bloggers then you can contact us via below contact form. Ideally you will write some lines about your background and what topics you would like to cover on this site.
Once you submitted below contact form your message will be reviewed. You will receive a response ASAP. In most cases you will be invited to a quick Zoom call, meant as a mutual get-to-know as well as, if necessary, a technical introduction to the technology used for running this site. This will enable you to operate on this site. An account will be opened for you and you will be able to create a bio-box with a description of your background, containing links to your relevant profiles and accounts (e.g. LinkedIn). Your can also include links in your blog posts, linking to e.g. your own website. Moreover, if you wish, your schedule will be shared under the “Consulting” segment of this website, allowing users to schedule a Zoom call with you. You contribute as much as you like and any revenue resulting from advertisements posted in relation to your blog posts can be fully forwarded to you.
Co-owners, co-editors and guest-bloggers are contributers that should bring some kind of domain knowledge related to supply chain management and/or analytics. Domain knowledge can be related to a specific subject or tool.
Exemplary areas of high relevance to this blog are as follows:
- Simulation (SimPy, Vensim, AnyLogic etc.)
- Time tabling
- Linear optimization (continuous, binary, integer)
- Non-linear optimization
- Time-series forecasting
- Database engineering
- Analysis and visualisation tools: Tableau, PowerBI etc.
- Programming language: Python, R, JAVA, C++, Julia etc.
- ERP software: SAP, Oracle etc.
- Drawing and animation tools: Blender, AutoCAD, 3Dstudio etc.
- Commodity markets
- Algorithmic commodity trading
- Air freight industry
- Sea freight industry
- Trucking industry
- 3PL business
- Factory, warehouse and facility planning
- Supply chain management KPIs
- ERP-based sales, operation and supply planning
- Supply chain network design