The Role of an Advocate and an Orchestrator in Supply Chains
Thursday, February 22, 2018 | 2pm ET
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Thursday, February 22, 2018 2:00PM
Bob Trebilcock, Editorial Director, Supply Chain Management Review
Joe Dominijanni, President & COO, Armada
In the ideal world, every trading partner in your supply chain pulls together to achieve the optimal balance between cost and service. But this is the real world and we know all too well that level of synchronization is hard to achieve.
How do you optimize your supply chain from end-to-end — not just your own processes but also those of your trading partners?
The answer could be an independent, lead player with a 360-degree view of the supply chain who can be a tireless advocate of the kind of alignment that leads to optimal results.
Sure, it’s a different way to think about optimization. But an advocate can look at the big picture rather than silos.
In this webinar Joe Dominijanni, President & COO of Armada, explains how a Supply Chain Advocate can find win-win solutions that reduce costs and improve efficiency. Discussion topics include:
- The evolutions of supply chains — Past, Current, Future
- The Importance of the Role of a Supply Chain Advocate in your Supply Chain — strategic partnerships, solutioning, SCM experience & expertise, operational oversight, agility, analytics, technology and financial solutions
- The Integrated Relationship between Advocacy and Orchestration in supply chains
- What does Orchestration mean for your Supply Chain — brand, financial and operational benefits
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