Ready for 2019? Harness the Power of Supply Chain Management

IQMS

Your ERP, supply chain, MES and quality systems gather and store hundreds or thousands of data points every day. For companies using standalone, legacy and homegrown systems, it’s difficult to get a cohesive picture of supply chain performance. Manufacturers tell us one of the greatest benefits of having Supply Chain Management (SCM) integrated with their ERP systems is the ability to excel at passing audits from customers and regulatory agencies.
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Spotlight

The COVID-19 outbreak in 2020 was the most significant disruption ever encountered by the aerospace industry. Nations locked down, flights were cancelled and aircraft were parked and stored. The exceptional scope and speed of the
pandemic affected each industry segment: airline, MRO, OEM, vendor and lessor. Even before this unprecedented turbulence,the sector showed signs of distress. Today, the need for change has become a crucialprerequisite for supporting sustainable
growth.

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Make Store Replenishment a Competitive Advantage with Robotic Automation

Efficient replenishment is a critical factor when it comes to driving your business to success. With growing labor shortages and increasing costs, it has become imperative for you to explore robotic automation as a solution to ensuring you keep your shelves stocked and ready for your customers.
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How to hit that curveball thrown at your supply chain?

What happens to innovation: is a crisis fostering or hindering innovation? What about resilience and risk: did risk management fail to predict a mega crisis? What should change in the future to create more resilient supply chain organizations? How can companies recover and grow if cash is missing?
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Supply chain strategies in a brave new trade world

Kinaxis

Organizations with even moderately complex multinational supply chains face significant challenges in today's increasingly complex trade and commerce reality: - Dealing with a market-driven proliferation of SKUs - Growing use of contract manufacturers - Proliferation of commerce channels - A more uncertain trade environment - Unprecedented market volatility - Impact and cost of ongoing legal, regulatory and taxation changes
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How Final Mile TMS helps you control costs, capacity, carbon, and customer delivery experiences

Final mile delivery volumes continue to increase with parcel shipments expected to double by 2026. Meanwhile, carrier rates are rising because of constrained carrier capacity, driver shortages, and higher fuel costs. Consumers are demanding a wider variety of free delivery choices like same-day and over the threshold. Not to mention more sustainable deliveries. If online sellers don’t make and meet these delivery promises and expectations, they will lose customer brand loyalty and will be unable to compete in the surging B2C eCommerce market.
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Spotlight

The COVID-19 outbreak in 2020 was the most significant disruption ever encountered by the aerospace industry. Nations locked down, flights were cancelled and aircraft were parked and stored. The exceptional scope and speed of the
pandemic affected each industry segment: airline, MRO, OEM, vendor and lessor. Even before this unprecedented turbulence,the sector showed signs of distress. Today, the need for change has become a crucialprerequisite for supporting sustainable
growth.

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