Antonia Renner

Antonia Renner
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Antonia Renner writes about global supply chain and supplier information management trends, events, surveys and case studies. In her blogs, she provides best practices that help increase the effectiveness of supply chain- and supplier information management or improve traceability and regulatory compliance. Antonia is a Senior Manager Information Quality Solutions Marketing at Informatica and based in Germany. She holds a double-degree in international business economics from the University of Applied Sciences in Augsburg, Germany and the ESCE International Business School in Paris La Défense, France.

How Retailers Unleash the Disruptive Power of Data to Drive Customer Engagement

Retailers and brands must transition from simply selling to customers to establishing relationships with them through personalized digital experiences driven by relevant content. Customers expect to be inspired, influenced, engaged and reassured that they have selected the right supplier and product. Customer experience defines a retailer’s success and this experience is the leading brand differentiator in a buying decision, leaving behind criteria such as product and price.

The Supply Chain Impact of Adding an Allergen to a Chocolate Bar

Throughout the lifecycle of a consumable product, many parties are constantly challenged with updating and managing product information, like ingredients and allergens. Since December 13th, 2014, this task has become even more complex than before for companies producing or selling food and beverage products in the European Union due to the new EU 1169/2011 rules.

5 Best Practices for Effective Supplier Information Management

Supplier data management is costing organizations millions of dollars each year. According to AMR Research/Gartner, supplier management organizations have increased their employee headcount and system resources by 35%, and are spending up to $1,000 per supplier annually, to manage their supplier information across the enterprise.

5 Best Practices to Streamline Supplier Onboarding

The foundation of a strong supplier relationship and successful supplier communication is an effective and diligent supplier onboarding process. However, vendor onboarding is often managed by various regional teams and supplier information is stored in multiple, siloed systems. This is especially true in large, global organizations. As a result, onboarding is not a consistent, standardized and centrally managed process and can take several months.

New Supplier Management Survey Results: Cost Reduction and Compliance are Main Pressures

In a new report based on survey results, “The Value of Strategic Supplier Data Management”, The Aberdeen Group reviewed how supplier data is used, managed, and leveraged to achieve superior supply chain performance. The report summarizes survey results among supply chain, sourcing and procurement organizations across all industries and geographies.

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