This year, it's all about the digital supply network. In this virtual conference, we will define the challenges currently facing supply chain organizations and offer solutions designed to transform linear operations into dynamic, automated networks that offer seamless communication, visibility, and the ability to respond and optimize processes at any given time.
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.
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.
Learn how leading sourcing and supply chain management organizations are moving beyond a focus on cost, quality and assurance of supply to driving competitive advantage for the enterprise.
During this webcast, Patrick Penfield, Director of the Supply Chain Executive Management Programs at the Whitman School of Management, Syracuse University, will explain what's behind this new role for procurement and why leading organizations are tapping into the expertise of their supply base during new product development, rather than after the fact.
Collaboration isn't a new concept. What is new is how we collaborate. Innovative technologies such as social collaboration platforms, mobility applications and intelligent analytics and dashboards have become much more prominent within the supply chain. During this webcast we'll explore how combining these innovations with end-to-end supply chain visibility creates a prime opportunity to maximize your manufacturing Supply Chain IQ, enabling you to make better decisions and execute those decisions more quickly and profitably.
During this webcast we'll explore how supply chain execution convergence (SCEC) helps break down the barriers resulting from disparate, fragmented technology solutions allowing you to more effectively serve customers, adapt to changing business cycles, and save both money and resources.
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