TRENDS, CHALLENGES, OPPORTUNITIES: HOW TO DEPLOY A DIGITAL SUPPLY CHAIN NETWORK™ FOR ACCELERATED VALUE

One Network Enterprises

TRENDS, CHALLENGES, OPPORTUNITIES: HOW TO
This is an interactive discussion with Martijn Lofvers of Supply Chain Movement, and Shirell James, VP EMEA at One Network Enterprises.  Martijn and Shirell look at the current state of supply chains, the ongoing supply disruptions, and ask:  How can companies mitigate these problems, and position themselves to be more competitive and achieve real financial benefits? Martijn and Shirell discuss a variety of topics
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Driven by technology advancements, computational power, and more digitally savvy people – customers and businesses – the requirements placed on a more connected world are greater than ever. Gartner predicts that by the end of 2017, there will be 8.4 billion connected devices in use worldwide. That is a 31 percent jump year over year. Connectivity is driving the transportation industry to deliver advanced vehicle technologies that include everything from in-cab systems to engine and trailer diagnostics to nextgeneration fuels and autonomy.

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How to optimize Seakeeping to keep your cargo safe

MeteoGroup

The webinar contains:Challenges related to Seakeeping,Common ways to tackle Seakeeping challenges,Considerations for technological solution to help with Seakeeping in order to avoid risks.
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Supply Chain and Procurement Metrics - How Are You Performing?

Zycus Inc.

This on-demand webinar with Bill Michels, CEO at Airpart Cosulting focuses on different type of metrics for procurement and supply chain with details on the application of metrics. Since all organizations are different, this webcast shares how to develop key performance indicators and how to minimize effort to get essential supplier and performance data. Watch this video to learn how to review and use metrics to improve supplier value, performance and relationships.
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5 Steps to Modernize Your Sales & Marketing in Transportation

Transportation Marketing and Sales Association

The transportation and logistics industry is currently confronting dramatic change - which brings both risk and opportunity. Driving factors range from new technologies and new market entrants to new customer expectations and new business models. There are many opportunities and solutions those in the industry can develop to meet evolving challenges - some evolutionary, others more revolutionary.
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Blockchain in Supply Chain, Transport & Logistics in Asia

Global Supply Chain Council

For both brands, merchants and retailers, the path to online orders across borders is still a bumpy one. Cross-border deliveries still mean back-office administrative headaches including still major bottleneck with the customs, unexpected duties and taxes, currency conversion issues, increasing risk of fraud and deliveries delays and more.
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Spotlight

Driven by technology advancements, computational power, and more digitally savvy people – customers and businesses – the requirements placed on a more connected world are greater than ever. Gartner predicts that by the end of 2017, there will be 8.4 billion connected devices in use worldwide. That is a 31 percent jump year over year. Connectivity is driving the transportation industry to deliver advanced vehicle technologies that include everything from in-cab systems to engine and trailer diagnostics to nextgeneration fuels and autonomy.

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