Maximizing Technology ROI in the New Digital Retail World
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Investment in technology is inevitable for online retailers that want to compete and thrive in a digital marketplace. We know the leading trends—the Internet of Things, machine learning and cognitive computing, and automation—that are determining your ability to meet customer demands.
If we all buy-in to the notion of end-to-end supply chains and the theory of constraints principle, that you can only run as fast as your biggest bottle neck, then the question for the retail community is this: Is your supply base ready to leverage your investments?
In this webinar, top supply chain excellence expert, Peter Bolstorff, Executive Vice President, APICS, will discuss:
3 ideas to ACCELERATE READINESS to compete in a digital retail, omni-channel platform
- Customer and supplier inspired investments in real-time data and information management
- Strategic alignment on supply chain agility—people, process, technology
- Engineered physical network
Participants will take away KEY ACTIONS to enable readiness
- Insight on your company’s real-time data and information management
- Estimation of current agility
- Next steps on the journey to be ready to leverage investments
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