Most of the time that I hear about innovation in the supply chain, I read about robotics, Uber and self-driving trucks or the automated drones that will soon be delivering our Amazon packages.
However, while the mind-space of the media and articles trends toward these innovations, the conversations that we have with supply chain leaders usually are more grounded. They care about their operational supply chain and how to improve and optimize their flows, costs and service level to their customers. Robots are great but they have pressing need for innovation in how they execute their supply chains from how they collaborate with suppliers and partners to dynamically using inventory across their supply chain networks.
Next week, we have a webinar on the supply chain operations innovations occurring at leading supply chain organizations. Join us for the webinars, details are below:
WEBINAR: Five Trends Forcing Innovation in Your Supply Chain
Tuesday, July 25th at 11am PT | 2pm ET
Have you felt it? There’s been a seismic shift in power within our economy. Customers are in control and supply chains need to be as agile as the customer wants and needs.This is forcing shippers and logistic service providers to rethink how they serve their B2B & B2C customers. And in an era of faster cycle and shipping times, international expansion and multiple suppliers, that means increased (and sometimes insurmountable) complexity in the supply chain.
On Tuesday, July 25th, join MPO Director of Product Marketing, Chris Brablc, and EVP, Brian Hodgson, as they discuss how successful businesses are embracing the disruption in their supply chains to drive increased customer satisfaction and operational efficiency.
Register for this webinar and you'll also learn
- The five business trends driving innovation in today's supply chains
- How some supply chain innovators are successfully embracing increased complexity
- How Supply Chain Orchestration can help you embrace complexity
- About Dynamic Sourcing, Full Inventory Visibility, and other core elements and how they apply to the modern supply chain
Can't make it at the time above? Register anyway to receive the slides and recording after it's over. We are also hosting this same webinar live at 1pm CET. You can register for that here.