Align Supply Chain Performance to Customer Outcomes

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Chief supply chain officers (CSCOs) must work more closely with commercial leaders to align supply chain performance to the required customer outcomes. Supply chain leaders today need to deliver more than one supply chain response to properly serve unique market segments with different demand characteristics and competitive service requirements. This adds operating complexity, and supply chain leaders struggle to align with commercial leaders on the right balance between standardization to achieve scale and differentiation to optimize alignment with demand. This complimentary webinar looks at how CSCOs and their teams can better align their supply chain operating model, performance and targets with commercial strategies and the required customer outcomes.
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Spotlight

While shippers book their freight shipments through multiple platforms, and often source insurance coverage through shipping partners, the Report reflects that the most popular booking method is to work directly with a transportation carrier. However, as a shipper’s revenue reaches upwards of $100M, the use of a Transportation Management System (TMS) increases.

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Towards smarter, more agile, collaborative, and connected supply chains

Join us for this webinar focusing on the major challenges faced by supply chain executives today and in the future, and how evolutions in digital supply chain planning may help
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Future-proof your supply chain: strategies to de-risk and optimise sustainability

How people, processes and technology need to be aligned How agility is crucial How to optimise ESG How resilient and proactive companies are one step ahead How to free up money for investment
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The 2019 Freight and Transportation Trends for Shippers to Know

Cerasis

This webinar is perfect for shippers looking to reduce costs and gain “Shipper of Choice” status in 2019. In the webinar the Cerasis team will cover The Current State of the Freight & Transportation Industry.
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The Art and Science of Making Sustainability your Competitive Advantage

Don’t let misconceptions about the cost and effort associated with supply chain sustainability deter you from taking action. There are many ways to reduce your environmental impact that don’t involve major investments in new equipment or higher-cost services from your transportation partners.
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Spotlight

While shippers book their freight shipments through multiple platforms, and often source insurance coverage through shipping partners, the Report reflects that the most popular booking method is to work directly with a transportation carrier. However, as a shipper’s revenue reaches upwards of $100M, the use of a Transportation Management System (TMS) increases.

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