Managing Supplier Risk and Disruption in the Supply Chain

Understanding and proactively managing supplier risk is a key step toward minimizing supply chain disruption. But it’s easier said than done. For many procurement organizations, the lack of mature practices and confusion about the right technology solution are the biggest obstacles to adopting and driving truly effective supplier risk management.In this webcast presented by GEP and SIG, procurement experts discuss the essential components underpinning a successful supplier risk management program. They also examine the role of technology and digitalization in accelerating supplier risk management.
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Global Transportation and Trade Compliance - 2 Sides of the Same Coin

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Why enterprise (ERP) solutions are poorly designed to effectively manage global trade. How integrating information flows between internal departments, external actors and transportation and trade compliance provides exceptional operating efficiencies. How accounts and products can be centrally managed to support both transportation and trade compliance. How global supply chain visibility and visualization supports organizational communication and collaboration.
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Supply Chain Network Design Use Cases; From Lowering Cost to Going Green

Need to lower your supply chain costs, speed up delivery times or decrease carbon emissions? Start optimizing your supply chain! Watch this webinar to hear about impactful use cases from 4 large customers, including: Opening/closing of DCs Creating a strategic, digital twin of your network Dealing with abrupt changes in demand Finding optimal locations for plants and other resources Modeling carbon cost Evaluating the potential of M&A, and rightsizing your network following an acquisition
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Achieving Transparency and Cost-Efficiency in the Supply Chain

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The freight and logistics space is rapidly evolving. Automation, technology and business intelligence have increased the capabilities of modern logistics companies and the expectations of end users. These advancements are largely advertised to push freight and logistics to new heights, providing companies with more efficiency in their daily operations and making it easier to ensure their customers' success.
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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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