Given the length and complexity of modern supply chains, most of these data relationships are not hierarchical or one-to-one, but rather interconnected and involving multiple levels.
Globalization has undoubtedly transformed the supply chain. With the world at our fingertips, we can now produce high-quality goods more quickly and more cost effectively than in the past. However, globalization, alongside all its benefits, has also made supply chains more complex—making supply chain management a more challenging task.
The EU Directive 2014/95 requires companies to comply with, among others, a number of environmental requirements. What kind of technology is best suited to help?
We attended Neo technology’s Neo4J graph database event GraphConnect in London a few days ago. As we mentioned in a previous post, we’ve been using graph technology from the beginning,…