Control the Controllable: What Supply Chain Leaders Can Do to Build Resiliency Against Future Disruptions

Control the Controllable
Will supply chains ever really return to “normal”? Don’t hold your breath. Hear from Esker’s Brandon Plachowski as he lays out proactive strategies for addressing the supply chain challenges you can control — and how it all ties into your company’s future.  

Discover why inefficient customer service processes are the root of many supply chain problems and how AI-driven digital solutions.
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How to Improve Customer Experience With Supply Chain Visibility

FreightWaves

Meeting customer expectations is becoming increasingly difficult as supply chains become more complex and delivery requirements tighten. However, in order to succeed in today’s increasingly competitive market, all businesses must leverage customer satisfaction as a key differentiator, with the aim of building loyal and long-lasting relationships based on trust, reliability, dependability and value.
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10 Best Practices for Automating Your Dispatch and Delivery Operations

Bringg

This webinar covers the most important issues regarding dispatch and delivery:How to handle multiple delivery models, including in-house, 3PL and crowdsourcing.How to find the balance between automated and manual delivery operations.How to build or level up your dispatch and delivery operations.
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Warehouse Automation

Oracle and NetSuite

A shrinking labor force, high real estate and facility costs, and the never-ending quest for improved throughput, accuracy and cost control continue to drive investments in warehouse automation. Yet, investments are often steep and flexibility and scalability are sometimes compromised. Join a roundtable discussion on the latest trends in warehouse automation.
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Where is Your ERP Falling Short? Ramp Up Your Operations with True Supply Chain Planning and Optimization

Quintiq

Manufacturers depend on their ERP systems to enhance their organization’s performance and streamline business processes. ERP systems can track and provide access to data as it flows through your organization. However, they were never intended to provide real value as a planning tool. ERP systems lack the capacity to easily analyze your data or balance the KPIs critical to your business goals. As a result, the decision-making process is affected by suboptimal decisions informed by poor analysis.
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