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Bridging Supply Chain Silos with Pawan Joshi

The Logistics of Logistics

Pawan Joshi and Joe Lynch discuss bridging supply chain silos. Pawan is the Executive Vice President, Product Management & Strategy at E2Open , a supply chain platform that is helping the world’s largest companies transform the way they make, move, and sell goods and services.

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Google Cloud Supply Chain with Paula Natoli

The Logistics of Logistics

Google Cloud Supply Chain with Paula Natoli. Paula Natoli and Joe Lynch discuss the Google Cloud supply chain and the solutions they provide to their logistics and supply chain customers. Key Takeaways: Google Cloud Supply Chain. About Paula Natoli . About Google Cloud.

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How to Hurdle the Biggest Barrier to Supply Chain Transparency: Data

Logistics Viewpoints

Let’s just come right out and say it – without the ability to capture, aggregate, and understand your supply chain data, you have gray area within your organization. Yet, the money was spent, and the technology is now in place. How can you make it all work together and build a better supply chain business, fast?

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Making Supply Chain Planning Agile With Modular Planning Technologies

Logistics Viewpoints

“May you live in interesting times,” widely attributed as a Chinese curse, some claim this as a blessing; whichever side you take, this is exactly what’s happening in the supply chain world since 2020, and it looks like we will be living with this blessing/curse for a while longer. Emerging Themes for Supply Chain Planning.

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8 Supply Chain Technology Trends for 2022 and Beyond

Manufacturing leaders who built resilient supply chains were successful in 2021, despite the many supply and demand fluctuations. Supply chain visibility, collaboration, and orchestration are now the top priority for executives. Multi-Tier Supply Chains. Blockchain Expands Supply Chain Capabilities.

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The Outsourced Supply Chain with Hannah Kain

The Logistics of Logistics

Hannah Kain and Joe Lynch discuss the outsourced supply chain, a topic Hannah is familiar with due to ALOM ‘s extensive experience managing supply chain functions for diverse industries. About Hannah Kain Hannah Kain is President and CEO of ALOM, a supply chain company she founded in 1997.

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How Can CIOs Accelerate Supply Chain Transformation? Think Less Planning, More Real-Time Decision-Making

Logistics Viewpoints

As an engineer, former solutions architect and now CEO of a leading supply chain technology company, I have a real affinity and respect for Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and their teams, without whom successful enterprise technology deployments would be impossible. We’re just not meeting customer expectations.

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How to Prepare Your Supply Chain for Chip Shortages

Because software-driven architectures touch virtually every industry, there has been an increased need for electronic components including computer chips in every industry. This whitepaper covers everything supply chain leaders would need to know about the chip shortage crisis and how manufacturers can tackle this shortage.

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Geopolitical & Regulatory Issues: The Path Forward in Supply Chain & Logistics

Speaker: Lisa Anderson, MBA, CSCP, CLTD - President of LMA Consulting Group, S&OP Expert, and Speaker

The world of supply chain and logistics has been plagued with volatility, disruptions, and increased regulations. In this webinar, we will talk about the current status of the supply chain and what the successful and unsuccessful paths forward will look like.

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Webinar On-Demand: 3 Ways to Make Your Operational Execution More Robust With S&OE

Speaker: Sander van Lokven and N.S. Krishnan

S&OE provides an early warning system that helps business stakeholders sense and optimize their responses. This keeps the supply chain out of firefighting mode, smoothens relationships with customers and suppliers, and helps sustain margins by reducing the cost to serve. How S&OE is different from S&OP & the gap that exists.

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5 Perceptions on Demand Forecasting and How it's Changing

Speaker: Brian Dooley, Director SC Navigator, AIMMS

This webinar shares research findings from a recent survey among supply chain planning professionals and delves into the following: Who is typically responsible for forecasting? What technologies are teams using? How accurate are typical demand forecasts? How are demand forecasts evolving?

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Guide to Mathematical Optimization & Modeling

For decades, operations research professionals have been applying mathematical optimization to address challenges in the field of supply chain planning, manufacturing, energy modeling, and logistics. Are evaluating tools and implementation approaches.

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8 Questions to Rate Supply Chain Platform Needs and Capabilities

Based on more than 25 years of our experience in supply chain technology, TadaNow has created some critical questions for manufacturing leaders to ask while evaluating supply chain platforms: What is the business outcome you’re trying to deliver? What is the vendor’s ‘time to value’?

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8 Supply Chain Technology Trends for 2022 and Beyond

Manufacturing leaders who built resilient supply chains were successful in 2021, despite the many supply and demand fluctuations. Supply chain visibility, collaboration, and orchestration are now the top priority for executives. Multi-Tier Supply Chains. Blockchain Expands Supply Chain Capabilities.

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Elevate Your Supply Chain Resilience With Scenario Planning

Speaker: Robert Olszak- Vice President, Global Supply Chain Optimization, RGP

As a supply chain director, you want to ensure that your supply chain network can withstand any disruptions and be optimized for peak performance. The global logistics market is growing, and companies need to prepare for the next generation of supply chain management.