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WEBCAST
By Cheryl Murphy · September 1, 2016
Join MIT's Jim Rice as he leads a spirited discussion with senior supply chain leaders from Micron and IBM. They'll not only address the risks and vulnerabilities associated with operating in the Pacific Ring of Fire, but discuss the strategies they are utilizing across their supply chains.
WEBCAST
By SCMR Staff · August 16, 2016
Too many procurement leaders and managers rely on supply management strategies that deliver results in the short term but that aren't sustainable over the long haul. Once the sheen from those early wins rubs off, senior management looks for someone knew to take the helm. In this session we'll examine the supply chain strategies most often put into play, identify why the fall short and offer ideas on how to address the issue. Identify why they fall short
WEBCAST
By SCMR Staff · July 11, 2016
During this webcast executives from FRAM and Ryder share the steps taken to improve processes in the supply chain that led to stronger omni-channel execution and fulfillment. Learn how you can create a LEAN culture in your supply chain.
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By Cheryl Murphy · April 18, 2016
During this webcast Peter Bolstorff, executive vice president, APICS, provides insight on how the world's leading supply chain framework, the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model, links business processes, performance metrics, practices and people skills into a unified structure.
WEBCAST
By Cheryl Murphy · April 8, 2016
In this webcast we'll discuss the hidden benefits of a multi-carrier parcel shipping system that customers should consider when going through the purchase process — benefits that can deliver both future growth and cost savings.
WEBCAST
By Cheryl Murphy · March 17, 2016
During this webcast SCMR contributing editor, Bridget McCrea, will detail four new trends supply chain executives are embracing to improve their skills or the skills of their teams.
WEBCAST
By Cheryl Murphy · March 9, 2016
Join Fred Pond, CIO of Columbia Sportswear, as he shares how Columbia Sportswear transformed their business with a strong partnership between IT and supply chain to drive measurable business results.
WEBCAST
By Cheryl Murphy · February 24, 2016
During this webinar you'll learn how Crete Carrier has deployed several hundred "software robots" through a no coding integration and automation approach to automate many business activities that are core to their logistics operations and business interactions that span internal systems, websites, and partner portals.
WEBCAST
By SCMR Staff · February 2, 2016
Supply chain and network optimization is an old story made new again by the increased demands of smaller and more frequent deliveries, just-in-time supply chains, and omni-channel retailing. During this webcast, consultant Marc Wulfraat, the president and founder of MWPVL International, presents ten tips every organization should consider when they optimize their distribution network.
WEBCAST
By SCMR Staff · October 27, 2015
The increasing complexities introduced by global trade are forcing companies to get more strategic in their importing and exporting approaches. During this webcast you’ll hear how NCR Corporation put a global trade management (GTM) solution to work to get a handle on their total landed costs worldwide.
WEBCAST
By Cheryl Murphy · October 2, 2015
During this webcast, we'll look at some of the disruptors that supply chains are facing today – port congestion, changing economics, M&A activity, and consumer demand – and show how innovation is turning the tide for small and large companies alike.

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