Digital Supply Chain

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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Solventure Webinar: Segmenting Customers & Products in B2B Environments


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Fleet Owner

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Today’s retail supply chains face increasing complexity. View the latest webinar by Hans Elmegaard, Damco’s Global Head of Retail Vertical, to gain insight into the latest trends in retail - and their impact on global supply chains.