Where is Your ERP Falling Short? Ramp Up Your Operations with True Supply Chain Planning and Optimization

Quintiq

Manufacturers depend on their ERP systems to enhance their organization’s performance and streamline business processes. ERP systems can track and provide access to data as it flows through your organization. However, they were never intended to provide real value as a planning tool. ERP systems lack the capacity to easily analyze your data or balance the KPIs critical to your business goals. As a result, the decision-making process is affected by suboptimal decisions informed by poor analysis.
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In order to appropriately hands any accident that many happen, make sure all employees know how to Respond to accidents and understand company procedures. Report accidents to a super. Locate fire extinguishers. Locate MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets, and chemical spill cleanup kits.

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Increase Your Negotiation Power During Ocean Freight Tendering Season

Xeneta

The tendering and bidding season has begun. However, due to the lack of reliable data and multiple bidding rounds, the tendering process can become long and cumbersome. This may not leave you with enough time and resources to focus on what really matters in your supply chain
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Creating a culture that attracts top supply chain talent

Webinara

REASONS TO ATTEND THE WEBINAR Learn proven Supply Chain Management best practices Gain new insight and ideas for waging the War for Talent Hear helpful leadership perspective from a successful senior Supply Chain leader
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Unlock visibility into your upstream supply chain

Communicating across the inbound supply chain is more complex than ever. Supply chains are more global, involve more parties, and goods move across more modes of transport – manual processes to manage them are becoming too complicated to continue. Lack of technology-enabled real-time visibility may result in higher inventory levels, increased working capital costs, longer cycle time, delayed deliveries, decreasing customer satisfaction, and more.
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Supply Chain Design for the next decade: Redesign today to meet tomorrow's needs

In the not-so-distant past, supply chain design seemed simpler. Deliveries went to predictable locations, supply networks were stable, and for the most part, delivery windows were generous. That's history. The shutdown of the global economy in the spring of 2020 unleashed a tsunami of e-commerce orders and pent-up demand. Add to that political disruptions, tariffs, shortages of people, assets, resources and supplies and manufacturers, retailers and wholesalers are rethinking what happens inside their facilities, as well as where distribution and order fulfillment activities take place to better serve the customer.
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In order to appropriately hands any accident that many happen, make sure all employees know how to Respond to accidents and understand company procedures. Report accidents to a super. Locate fire extinguishers. Locate MSDS (Material Safety Data Sheets, and chemical spill cleanup kits.

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