How to Build an Agile Supply Chain: Lessons from the Best Companies

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Running an agile supply chain means being able to quickly and accurately sense and respond to changes. Sounds simple, but as everyone knows, it is hard for companies to achieve agility in an environment that is defined by intense competition, high service expectations, unpredictable demand, and increasingly global supply chains.

In this webinar, Patrick Lemoine, VP, Product Marketing at E2open will share:

  • How to DESIGN an agile supply chain
  • What it takes to RUN an agile supply chain
  • How to REDUCE the information lag in multi-enterprise supply chains
  • BENEFITS of an agile supply chain and lessons learned from the leaders


What can we learn from agile companies? Tune in and find out.

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Sponsored by: E2open


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