Thursday, March 7, 2019 12:00 to Wednesday, July 17, 2019 12:00 PM Eastern Time
Date: Wednesday, April 17, 2019
Time: 1:00 PM ET
Risks to Watch if you're in Sourcing, Procurement, or Supply Chain
Companies are facing many challenges in the years to come. In 2019 specifically, we face a looming global economic slowdown, reduced internal resources/headcount, increasing material costs, and rapid technology changes just to name a few challenges.
It’s up to sourcing, procurement, and supply chain professionals to constantly understand and deal with all these challenges every day. But how can you quickly identify, deal with, and even turn these challenges into your advantage?
Join SupplyChainBrain and Resilinc to gain an understanding of:
The top challenges we face in the coming year
How to quickly recognize these challenges
Concrete examples of best practices to deal with specific supply chain risks
Specific events from 2018 and how to better prepare in 2019 and beyond
Friday, February 22, 2019 12:00 to Saturday, June 22, 2019 12:00 PM Eastern Time
Date: Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Time: 1:00 PM ET
Being the only touch point with customers for home delivery companies, last-mile delivery has become a key differentiating factor when it comes to the consumer experience. With more and more retailers opting the omnichannel route, it is only normal that retailers are now much more focused on the last leg of their operations. However, the increase in customer expectations also means that quick deliveries and ETAs no longer cut it for modern retail companies.
What are the demands of the present-day customers and how can AI help retailers in meeting them? Find out in this webinar.
Join SupplyChainBrain and Locus for this live webinar to find out:
Why should retailers focus on last-mile deliveries?
What are the challenges and demands of last-mile deliveries for retailers?
How can technology help in mitigating these challenges?
What are the modern solutions that are disrupting last-mile deliveries?
Real-life examples of AI helping retailers in the planning of last-mile deliveries.
Thursday, January 17, 2019 12:00 to Wednesday, April 17, 2019 12:00 PM Eastern Time
Global supply chain visibility has been an elusive goal for over 20 years, but today’s “Amazon Effect” coupled with the capacity crisis is creating more pressure on supply chains than ever before. This means the ability to view, analyze and communicate multimodal visibility data in real time is critical to improving financial and service KPIs.
Utilizing new technologies such as ELDs, telematics, and logistics networks will help produce results and enable dramatic visibility improvements; driving fundamental changes to the modern supply chain.
You will learn to:
Identify the biggest areas of payback in your transportation operation
Ensure you get maximum coverage and compliance from your carriers
Apply customer success examples to your operation
Extend the value to customers and partners
Deliver value rapidly
Assess the capabilities of a global freight visibility solution
Brands today are under immense pressure to meet the demands of modern consumers and retail customers. As a result, CPG brands need to improve agility by collaborating and strengthening trust with their outsourced contract packaging partners. Cost, quality, and speed-to-market are of the highest priority. To deliver guaranteed outcomes, you need a system that can help you predict, track, execute and report on your workflows. This is where the Nulogy’s Agile Customization Platform comes in.
Nulogy’s cloud-based Agile Customization Platform allows consumer brands to respond with ease and speed to a volatile retail and consumer environment while reducing waste and costs. Designed to optimize contract packaging operations and enhance supply chain collaboration, Nulogy’s software solution allows CPGs and their external suppliers to unleash innovation in the consumer products value chain and accelerate brand growth.
Download the following case study to see how Summit Container increased OTIF to 99.7% and made over 2 million savings in inventory waste reduction.
What if you could have full control and visibility into all the logistics-related data of your supply chain? Together, control and visibility can give users the power to define, manage and evolve their supply chains, allowing them to cash in on revenue opportunities and be flexible enough to meet ever-changing business and economic needs.
With the right transportation management system (TMS), you can get that level of power along with the ability to automate and streamline manpower, time- and resource-consuming tasks such as finding the best rates, monitoring shipping statuses and managing inbound and outbound shipping schedules. And with the power of predictive analytics at your fingertips, you could take action to dramatically reduce your freight costs and make better decisions faster.
A TMS can be the solution for all supply chains from the simple to the complex. It has become an essential tool for managing the many challenges that come with shipping freight. The right TMS must integrate with your existing ERP system and offer valuable insights into tangible ways to reduce your freight spend, improve your customer service and reduce your cost of goods.
Every supply chain is unique, which means what works for one company might not work for another. This free TMS buyer’s guide will help you put the needs of your unique supply chain into perspective so that you can easily find a system that offers everything you need.
After reading this guide, you’ll have a clear picture of:
What integrations and capabilities you need from a TMS
How long it will take to get started with a new system