How to Achieve compounded value by leveraging network effects across your supply chain

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Alibaba, Amazon, AirBnB, Uber, and others, have proven the unmatched superiority of the multi-party, real-time network model over traditional hub and spoke type relations. How can these same models be applied to your supply chain? Can you leverage the same leap in innovation and value creation that these networks leveraged in the consumer world?
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Spotlight

Cost reduction does not drive business growth. Managing to a healthy margin is critical for business operations; however, achieving sustainable business growth requires a value-based approach. Middle market companies (those with annual revenue between $50M and $1Bn) should look to their supply chains to create value beyond simple cost management in order to remain as nimble as their smaller competitors and as relevant as their large ones.

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How The Network Effect Is Essential For Supply Chain Survival

Alibaba, Amazon, AirBnB, Uber, and others, have proven the unmatched superiority of the multi-party, real-time network model over traditional hub and spoke type relations.How can these same models be applied to your supply chain? Can you leverage the same leap in innovation and value creation that these networks leveraged in the consumer world?
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Solving Your Toughest Trucking Problems

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Tenstreet’s Joe Franco, Director of Strategic Sales and Enablement, will guide you through a live demonstration and show you how you can see huge gains in efficiency by using Tenstreet’s solutions in driver marketing, recruiting, onboarding, and managing.
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improving the traveller experience with real-time planning and incentives

In these uncertain times, one of the keys to bringing travellers back on board public transport is rebuilding trust. Riders need to trust that the transport systems they’ve relied upon in the past are still safe, dependable and efficient. In this webinar, Moovit’s Frank Kopas discussed how agencies can utilise apps as rider engagement tools and gain insights to improve operational plans. Cubic’s Robert Sprogis provided an overview of how municipalities, transport agencies and operators, and large businesses can leverage rewards and incentives to manage travel behaviour and passenger loads. Cubic’s Bonnie Crawford also provided use cases for marrying the rich rider and operational data for improved traveller experiences.
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Align Supply Chain Performance to Customer Outcomes

Chief supply chain officers (CSCOs) must work more closely with commercial leaders to align supply chain performance to the required customer outcomes. Supply chain leaders today need to deliver more than one supply chain response to properly serve unique market segments with different demand characteristics and competitive service requirements. This adds operating complexity, and supply chain leaders struggle to align with commercial leaders on the right balance between standardization to achieve scale and differentiation to optimize alignment with demand. This complimentary webinar looks at how CSCOs and their teams can better align their supply chain operating model, performance and targets with commercial strategies and the required customer outcomes.
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Spotlight

Cost reduction does not drive business growth. Managing to a healthy margin is critical for business operations; however, achieving sustainable business growth requires a value-based approach. Middle market companies (those with annual revenue between $50M and $1Bn) should look to their supply chains to create value beyond simple cost management in order to remain as nimble as their smaller competitors and as relevant as their large ones.

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