Epec Engineered Technologies Streamlines Global Supply Chain with NetSuite

supplychainbrain

Join NetSuite and Epec Engineered Technologies on August 18 to learn why Epec chose NetSuite over SAP and Microsoft Dynamics GP as a system that could be customized to meet its unique workflows and provide truly global visibility and connectivity.
Watch Now

Spotlight

we began our two part series on 2016 supply chain trends that will drive supply chain management into the future. We listed the first 7. As with most trends we all have read over the last few years, the focus was on technology. We also took the liberty of making sure we put a focus on efficient sound process in place before new technology is applied. In that continued theme, today we will again talk about technology but will also include some trends that require a fundamental mindset as well as a holistic mindset when it comes to effective supply chain management now in 2016

OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Build a Socially Connected Supply Chain to Thrive Amid Disruption

Companies today invest in end-to-end collaboration, agility and resilience to build supply chains that can handle the pressing issues in a volatile world. Yet, however big the challenges in physical or technical infrastructure, supply chains face an equal challenge with people collaborating, making quick decisions and persisting in the face of difficult situations. Companies must reconsider how their supply chains perform and transform to succeed in this new normal. This complimentary webinar explores the critical questions supply chain executives must address to ensure their supply chains can be resilient and innovative amid disruption.
Watch Now

Strategies to Mitigate Port Congestion on Your Supply Chain

supply chain brain

Using Global Trade Intelligence to Address Shipping Delays and Enhance Supply Chain Resiliency Today and in the Future The current global shipping crisis has seen port delays increase significantly, severely impacting the top and bottom line of companies as they struggle to deliver products and raw materials to market. Structural changes in consumer buying behavior have made port congestion and delays the norm, and many shippers and logistics providers alike are projecting the situation will continue through 2022.
Watch Now

Global Logistics in a Rapidly Evolving Marketplace

Lucidchart

In the modern transportation and shipping industry, fast and effective planning is vital for successful supply chain management. Current trends with changing international trade tariffs and restrictions require an innovative look at managing your supply chain. In this webinar, Chris Topham will discuss how mapping out your internal and external processes will give you greater insight into your transactions and a clearer way to share that information with executive teams.
Watch Now

Supply Chain and Logistics: A Career for Trailblazers

UW Supply Chain Transportation and Logistics

University of Washington College of Engineering’s Supply Chain Transportation & Logistics Master's degree program partnered with Ajilon to present the webinar Supply Chain & Logistics: A Field for Trailblazers. In a highly globalized and interconnected world, the supply chain and logistics field offers professional possibilities within an increasingly indispensable industry. What do those starting out in SC&L or considering this sector for a career need to know to survive and thrive? Find out by watching this webinar.
Watch Now

Spotlight

we began our two part series on 2016 supply chain trends that will drive supply chain management into the future. We listed the first 7. As with most trends we all have read over the last few years, the focus was on technology. We also took the liberty of making sure we put a focus on efficient sound process in place before new technology is applied. In that continued theme, today we will again talk about technology but will also include some trends that require a fundamental mindset as well as a holistic mindset when it comes to effective supply chain management now in 2016

resources