Enable a Purpose-Driven Supply Chain to Boost Stakeholder Value

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Customers, employees and partners increasingly expect companies to strive for more than just profit and shareholder value. They want to do business with purpose-driven enterprises that generate long-term durable profits while always making a positive societal impact. The supply chain can play a central role in this evolving new mission. This complimentary webinar will help supply chain executives take a more prominent role in enabling the purpose-driven enterprise by connecting customers to products, amplifying enterprise purpose through collaboration, and developing a purpose-driven culture. We also look at why metrics and the purpose-action gap can pose barriers to enabling enterprise purpose.
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Spotlight

You may be amazed at how it's possible to ship a package and have it arrive anywhere in the world overnight (for a premium price), but you'll be even more amazed when you see how it's done. FedEx, UPS, and DHL have overnight shipping down to an art. After watching this, I can understand why UPS will pay your college tuition if you work the third shift at their sorting facilities.

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Build an Integrated Logistics Solution with Oracle Cloud

Inspirage

The future of your business depends on your ability to adapt and support changing customer demands and fulfillment options. Join us to learn how to optimize logistics to fuel growth, lower costs, and enhance service. Build a complete logistics system to connect your transportation management, global trade, warehousing and fulfillment processes and people.
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Turn Freight Rate Insights into Action

Xeneta

Understanding the ocean freight market, rate trends and how certain factors influence them can be a complex task. Making strategic procurement decisions in a volatile market can be even more uncertain. See how you can leverage historical data and insights to give you the confidence in your negotiations with suppliers. Watch this 30-minute webinar and learn how historical ocean freight rates can influence preparation for your RFQ/tendering negotiations in 2019.
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Identifying Buyers In The Supply Chain

Transportation Marketing and Sales Association

In today’s ultra-competitive global transportation market, it’s imperative that you (as a transportation solution provider) know exactly who you’re selling to. This may sound simple, but it isn’t easy.Focusing your message and value proposition on the correct buyers is more difficult than ever. Each year, the transportation industry suddenly changes. In the past, freight purchasing decisions were left to one buyer (often the dock or warehouse employee), and we focused our selling time there. However, as companies seek total supply chain solutions, they require several new “buyers” into the once simple decision making process.
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CRM: Finding the Right Solution for Your Transportation/Logistics Firm

Transportation Marketing and Sales Association

No matter the size of your company, utilizing CRM software in the world of transportation and logistics can grant you great rewards. Every business has a unique set of problems that having a customer relationship management system can solve. But when it’s time to update how you manage your customer data, where do you turn? You know it is time to make a change, but how?From Salesforce to Microsoft Dynamics to SugarCRM to HubSpot and beyond, there are many solutions. With so many options in the market, it’s overwhelming to choose what’s going to work best for your team and customers.During this webinar, attendees will learn what exactly CRM software is, and some popular ways logistics/transportation companies use it in their business. We will also dive into different CRM software currently in the market and questions to ask your future provider.
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Spotlight

You may be amazed at how it's possible to ship a package and have it arrive anywhere in the world overnight (for a premium price), but you'll be even more amazed when you see how it's done. FedEx, UPS, and DHL have overnight shipping down to an art. After watching this, I can understand why UPS will pay your college tuition if you work the third shift at their sorting facilities.

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