The Amazon Effect and Your Supply Chain
Thursday, August 17, 2017 | 2pm ET
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Thursday, August 17, 2017 2:00PM
Bob Trebilcock, Editorial Director, Supply Chain Management Review
Tom Kretschmer, Vice President and General Manager, Retail & Consumer Brands, Ryder System, Inc.
Technology advancements over the past 20 years have given birth to the “now economy.” Because of the mobile and digital revolutions, customers today are savvier, less patient, and have near infinite options available to them. Technology has also changed the way we shop and interact. It’s the “Now Economy” driven by the “Amazon Effect.”
To keep pace with the “Amazon Effect”, supply chain managers are forced to adjust strategies so they won’t lose loyal customers or even worse their business.
In this webinar we’ll look at some of these new strategies, detail the results companies have had through implementing them, and discuss how these strategies can set companies up for the future.
Join us to learn:
- How the “Amazon Effect” is shaping the future of supply chains and logistics
- What new strategies supply chain organizations are employing
- How partnering with a 3PL can help overcome the disruption
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