Digital Supply Chain

Life Sciences

Life sciences supply chains will transition from a stock-based model to an order-based model that’s more flexible, reliable, responsive, transparent and secure. The next-generation supply chain will go a long way toward controlling inventory, improving work processes, adapting to shifts in provision-of-care models and taking out costs. There is a greater emphasis on the quantity and quality of data produced, on the flow of products from producer to distributor to end user, and on the processes and platforms needed to support underlying compliance and risk management requirements.Recently we presented a live webinar during which we discussed the five key elements of the next-generation digital supply chain and how we can deliver supply chain insights through our visual risk management solution, OmniLocation. View the webinar to learn more about the coming supply chain transformation for a 360º view of the end-point customer in an Internet of Things world.
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Since the foundation of DC in 1994, we established values and rules in order to have better solidness in the company, and to also be known in the market as a reliable company. Our success was fruit of good market practices, and upon establishing the Compliance Program, we wanted the assure that our principles, concepts, and guidelines regarding the relationship with employees, clients, partner agents, suppliers, and other public entities were exposed in a transparent way, and which continue to serve us as a guide in the development of our businesses.

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Transportation Spend Visibility

Trax

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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The State of Carrier Payments: Selecting the Right Payment Strategy for Your Organization

FreightWaves

The payment process can present a number of challenges within the freight industry, from dealing with errors in invoices to managing and protecting the sensitivity of the data they contain. As a result, many companies opt to outsource their payments to third parties who specialize in payments to save time and avoid the complexities altogether. And when it comes to selecting a payment method, carriers are opting for factoring over QuickPay six times more often, but both options have pros and cons. So how do you ensure that you’re selecting the payment route that’s right for your 3PL while still building carrier loyalty?To explore the benefits and drawbacks of these payment options and provide the information needed to ensure you’re making the best option to meet your needs, FreightWaves is partnering with TriumphPay to present an hourlong webinar
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Building the foundation of your digital supply chain

Kinaxis

Going digital is the talk of the town right now. Everyone seems to be doing it. But without the right foundation in place, trying to build your digital supply chain will only lead to more complexity and chaos.In this on-demand webinar, we explore how starting your digital transformation journey off the right way can drive improved agility and productivity across your supply chain.
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5 Mistakes to Avoid when Shipping Goods

Flexport

It is estimated that 60-80% of the global humanitarian aid spend is related to logistics services. Whether you are a shipper or receiver of goods, international trade is fraught with complexity, particularly for nonprofits. From quoting & documentation, to managing exceptions & tax exemptions, there are key details that can make or break your shipment process.
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Spotlight

Since the foundation of DC in 1994, we established values and rules in order to have better solidness in the company, and to also be known in the market as a reliable company. Our success was fruit of good market practices, and upon establishing the Compliance Program, we wanted the assure that our principles, concepts, and guidelines regarding the relationship with employees, clients, partner agents, suppliers, and other public entities were exposed in a transparent way, and which continue to serve us as a guide in the development of our businesses.

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