Import and Export Webinar: Incoterms and potential issues

How does your company view Incoterms? There can often be misunderstandings about their use and purpose. We will explore proper usage of Incoterms and how best to utilize them in your international transactions and highlight potential problems.
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The Reality of Digitizing Petrochemical Supply Chains & Logistics

Petrochemical Supply Chains & Logistics

Investment in digital solutions within the petrochemical supply chain is on the rise, yet there appears to be a disconnect between the perceived and actual value of these next-gen blockchains, cloud or AI enabled tools especially for the owner-operators that are relying on them to help optimize their product’s access to the market.
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Artificial Intelligence: The Path to Breakthrough Supply Chain Planning

Anaplan

Supply chain planning has never been more complicated. Between an explosion in demand signals from POS, CRM and social media and an increase in the number of functional planners, custom applications and segmentation of processes, traditional S&OP processes are struggling to keep up. Join A.T. Kearney partner Michael Hu for a discussion on how Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) and Robotic Process Automation (RPA) are emerging as new tools that can lead to breakthroughs in supply chain planning.
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3 Key Steps to Get Leadership Buy-In for Supply Chain Cost-of-Quality Programs

Effective cost-of-quality programs reduce costs and improve margins, providing an advantage in a tougher economic environment. Yet, fewer than 20 percent of business leaders say they do anything with the data these programs generate. This complimentary supply chain webinar looks at why business leaders are the key to a successful cost-of-quality program, and provides three actions supply chain leaders can take to secure the buy-in of their leadership.
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Redefine the Role of Supply Chain Planning Center of Excellence

Supply Chain Planning teams are operating in a world where disruptions are happening more frequently and they have become predictably unpredictable, and bigger in impact. The supply chain planning organizations have the responsibility to lead their organizations’ planning for future demand and supply. In a volatile environment this is becoming increasingly difficult, and more often than not, the businesses end up finding themselves in a highly reactive mode of operations. The organization structures, processes and technologies of the past have a hard time keeping up with today’s challenges.
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