After already being named 4 times this year by Gartner*, we’re now very excited to share that -as a cherry on the cake- we are also named a 2019 Cool Vendor in Supply Chain Management Technology. According to Gartner, “Higher-maturity supply chains look to exploit emerging...

What do you get when you invite 150+ Supply Chain & Operations professionals on a sunny Thursday in October, for an afternoon filled with inspiration, a client carousel, product discovery rooms & tons of networking opportunities? Our annual bluecrux event, this year all about how...

We're excited to finally share the news that we're opening our first US office in New Jersey to support companies to digitally transform their value chains. We will be using our software to support the pharmaceutical sector in the US, by enabling scientists and lab...

In 2012, after scanning 10 million YouTube videos, a Google supercomputer learned to identify a cat with 75% accuracy. That seems impressive, until you remember that an average 4-year old can do it flawlessly. People form plans and make decisions in complicated situations, but we’re less good at making sense of enormous amounts of data. Computers are exactly the opposite. They excel at efficient data-processing, but they struggle at making decisions that would be simple for any human. We can’t say one or the other is more or less powerful – computers and humans are just inherently different. Could this fundamental truth change the way we do software implementations? We believe so.