Date: December 9th, 2021
As businesses become more specialized and as customers and competitors raise the pressure on pricing, speed, individualization, and sustainability, already intricate supply chains get increasingly complex. In an attempt to meet these needs and continuously contain costs, business of all types have assembled networks of suppliers, diverse sales and distribution channels, logistics and delivery providers, contract manufacturers, shippers, and more – a complex network of partners and collaborators organizations like yours depend on to keep products moving, keep costs down, and keep sales growing.
As we’ve learned in the last year, any disruption – big or small – across the network of suppliers can create a huge disruption for a business.
And we’ve all felt the impact of those disruptions and realized how – in some cases – we’ve taken supply chain stability for granted – whether we’re looking for lumber for improvement projects at home and scrambling for back-up suppliers to meet order commitments at work.
Companies today need to ensure responsiveness and resiliency from boardroom buzzwords to operational reality. With Digital Supply Chain solutions, you can synchronize planning company-wide and use intelligent assets, processes, and Industry 4.0 best practices to link every part of the design-to-operate process together, connect it with the rest of your company, and integrate it completely with all your suppliers. Now, you can combine intelligent manufacturing automation with business execution – continuously improving the pace, quality, and sustainability of production. You can replace the vulnerabilities in your process and supply chain that slow you down with the confidence and speed it takes to grow.
Please join SAP’s Darcy MacClaren - Senior Vice President of Digital Supply Chain, SAP North America as she relates the 5 key requirements and tenants of developing and implementing a Resilient Digital Supply chain in your organization along with examples of best practices from the marketplace that will outline how companies are adopting the benefits of operating an end to end Digital Supply Chain.
Your takeaways from this webinar:
Darcy MacClaren, Senior Vice President, Digital Supply Chain, SAP North America
Helen Atkinson, Contributing Editor, SupplyChainBrain
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