OSI Elevates its Customer Experience with Elementum's Supply Chain Orchestration Platform
Frank Slootman Joins Elementum Board of Directors
Corning and Elementum Team up to Improve Global Supply Chain Management
Elementum Expands Supply Chain Management Suite
Fontinalis Partners Announces Strategic Investment in Elementum
Former Tesla CPO, Peter Carlsson, Joins Elementum Advisory Board
Agility or Strength? Elementum says, "Why Choose?"
Ready, Set, Launch: Elementum News Makes You Supply Chain Savvy
Elementum CEO Takes the Stage at Box Dev 2015
Elementum Named Supply Chain “Cool Vendor”
Finally, Something New in Supply Chain
by Nader Mikhail
The “Amazon effect” has reset the bar for operational execution, and business leaders must now perfect how they get products to the right place at the right time or risk losing their customers to faster competitors. Because of this dynamic, CEOs of the future will disproportionately come from a traditionally under-appreciated business function: the supply chain.
by Nader Mikhail
Big data has been anointed the savior of big business: it divines the future, reveals our path, and breathes new life into our venerable business models. But in reality, data kills. It kills projects, it kills money, and it kills time.
by Charu Sharma
Nader Mikhail is the Founder & CEO of Elementum, real-time supply chain platform unifying procurement, logistics, manufacturing, & inventory operations. Nader draws upon over 15 years of supply chain experience at McKinsey and Flextronics, and has degrees from UC Irvine and Stanford University.
by Eugene Kim
For some people, running a business just comes naturally. Nader Mikhail is one of those people. By the age of 13, Mikhail was a top salesman at a local Champs Sports, a job he got by faking his age. In high school, he ran 5 different startups, one of which he later sold when he was 21.
by Deborah Gage
One of the most successful cloud software companies so far has been Workday Inc., which went public in October 2012 and is trading at more than 28 times revenue, with a market cap of $14.3 billion.
by Alex Konrad
It's not quite $105 million from General Electric like Pivotal got last year, but newly-launched startup Elementum has declared itself today with a pretty big haul of its own: $60 million in funding before leaving stealth mode, the latest $44 million in Series B funding from Lightspeed Venture Partners and Flextronics, a public supply chain company for tech hardware that incubated the new company.
by Tom Cheredar
Elementum, an enterprise software startup, has closed a $44 million second round of funding today. Elementum provides companies with a service that makes it easier to access supply chain data (shipping information, parts, costs, risks, etc.) via the cloud on mobile devices. Its notable clients include Dyson, Enphase Energy, and other companies in the health care and automotive industries.