The 2021 Gartner Healthcare Supply Chain Top 25

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What sets apart the best-managed healthcare supply chains? The Gartner Healthcare Supply Chain Top 25 for 2021 identifies, celebrates and profiles health systems that effectively demonstrate excellence in supply chain management. Now in its 13th year, the Gartner Healthcare Supply Chain Top 25 has shifted to an all-United States health system ranking. So, which healthcare supply chains set the standard this year? This complimentary webinar provides guidance for health-system chief supply chain officers (CSCO) to build stronger supply chains that will improve patient outcomes and control costs.
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Our industry is set to double in size by 2035. IATA’s role is to facilitate the growth of civil aviation and cut airline costs by creating a better regulatory and business environment for our member airlines, and the stakeholders of the air cargo industry. IATA enables airlines, the wider value chain and consumers to connect safely, securely, sustainably and efficiently to all parts of the network, through global standards. We must add value for our members and enhance air transport, by providing services where we have a clear mandate and a distinctive capability. IATA’s member airlines, together with their partners must prepare for the future growth of e-Commerce in the air cargo industry by transforming into a modern service provider and anticipating consumers’ expectations. The global economy is increasingly turning to ecommerce: whether for online shopping between consumers and businesses, from consumer to consumer, or business to business. Traditional and digital worlds are also closely integrated with omni-channel solutions and business models mixing offline, online and even virtual experiences

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Transportation Spend Visibility

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TSM is a game-changing approach for managing transportation spend and extending traditional freight & parcel audit and payment. Not only is TSM able to provide enhanced visibility and visualization of transportation spending across modes, carriers, geographies or businesses but also pinpoint where and why spending is changing, with precision, so that decisive action can be taken.
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Mobile Communications in Trucking: From Luxury to Necessity

Fleet Owner

In freight transportation, smart phones and tablets are not just commonplace but inevitable. For both drivers on the road and managers in the office, you’re not likely to see such a person without one, the other or both.Join Fleet Owner, to learn about the essential nature of mobile communications for drivers and fleet managers.For drivers the appeal is easy. They can use phones and tablets to keep in touch with people at home and, with the same device, help make their professional lives more efficient with the swarm of applications now available.
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Developing an Effective Parcel Spend Strategy in an Online World

Supply Chain Quarterly

E-commerce has redrawn the logistics map, and the phenomenon is in its early stages. As more goods are ordered online, the ability to master your parcel shipping strategy will become more important than ever. Consumers expect free or very low-cost shipping, yet parcel carriers expect to be paid for their services. Shippers will need to balance the demands of their customers with the realities of their shipping budgets.
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FreightWaves

Detention is one of the largest concerns facing drivers and fleets today, costing both time and money. In fact, DAT research revealed that 63 percent of drivers spend more than three hours waiting for their trucks to be loaded or unloaded on average, often leading to them missing subsequent loads as a result. As the adage goes, if the wheels aren’t turning, drivers aren’t earning.
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Our industry is set to double in size by 2035. IATA’s role is to facilitate the growth of civil aviation and cut airline costs by creating a better regulatory and business environment for our member airlines, and the stakeholders of the air cargo industry. IATA enables airlines, the wider value chain and consumers to connect safely, securely, sustainably and efficiently to all parts of the network, through global standards. We must add value for our members and enhance air transport, by providing services where we have a clear mandate and a distinctive capability. IATA’s member airlines, together with their partners must prepare for the future growth of e-Commerce in the air cargo industry by transforming into a modern service provider and anticipating consumers’ expectations. The global economy is increasingly turning to ecommerce: whether for online shopping between consumers and businesses, from consumer to consumer, or business to business. Traditional and digital worlds are also closely integrated with omni-channel solutions and business models mixing offline, online and even virtual experiences

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