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The B2B eCommerce industry is worth roughly $1 trillion in the U.S. alone today, according to estimates from Gartner and Forrester Research. Not to mention the industry is growing at nearly four times the rate of B2C eCommerce, as distributors like you respond to the growing demand among buyers to purchase online and on-the-go.

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The turkey is out of the oven. Rolls are on the table. Family members are starting to find their way into the kitchen, and Thanksgiving dinner is about to begin. The meal is the combination of days of shopping, hours of cooking and endless arguments over what exactly goes into the gravy, but many forget how grand the scope of simply preparing Thanksgiving dinner can be.

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big data applications

Big data applications are already impacting supply chain entities around the globe, but some of its most interesting possibilities may have yet to be realized. Since the digital universe will expand to more than 40 trillion gigabytes by 2020, reports Jim Taylor of Inbound Logistics, future possibilities through big data may not even be fathomable.

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supply chain leaders

Supply chain leaders are enthralled with the idea of using big data, but they tend to fail to understand how to disseminate big data in their organization properly. True, they may know how to roll out big data in a single warehouse, or they may have heard their competitors used branded systems for implementing this new technology. However, the fundamental problem remains.