Metamorphosis

How Lytica became a unique analytics company: Part 24 I have been absent from the blogging scene for a few months as I have been immersed in roadmap planning, budgets, customer visits and demonstrations of our technological capability. Oh yes,…

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New Insights and Change

Offerings benefits to our customers

How Lytica became a unique analytics company: Part 23 Lytica’s analysis of industry wide e-component availability determined that the Materials Availability Index (MAI) stands today at 78%, ranging from a low of 33% to a high approaching 100% across commodities.…

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Humpty Dumpty

Minimize the Damage of Component Shortages

How Lytica became a unique analytics company: Part 21 “We are entering times of trouble”. This is the opening sentence in an article by Oliver Wymans’ partner, Armin Scharlach, titled “Procurement During Trade Wars – Competitive Advantage in Times of…

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A.I. Insights & Results

A.I Insights & Results

How Lytica became a unique analytics company: Part 18 Before Donald Trump entered politics, his name appeared in less than 0.1% of mainstream news publications. During the election, that number increased to about 10% and has now fallen back to around…

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Progress drives change

ATC Program

How Lytica became a unique analytics company: Part 17 I missed a cycle in my biweekly blog posting. This I understand to be a faux pas of herculean proportion for bloggers as continuity and consistency are critical to readers. For this,…

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A year of progress

Year of Progress

How Lytica became a unique analytics company: Part 16 It has been about one year since Lytica began its investment in AI research and development through our newly created Advanced Technology Center. Aside from focusing the company exclusively on supply chain…

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Price Stability

Price Stability

How Lytica became a unique analytics company: Part 15 I repeatedly see an all too familiar shape. It is the shape of a transition between two plateaus, where the second is a step higher than the first. As I plot…

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