It takes a village to take a product from concept to cash, but the supply chains that support this are a complex web, with limited integration between financial forecasting, planning, manufacturing execution, logistics and key partners/suppliers. Spotting potential challenges and facilitating constant communication across the extended supply chain and entire enterprise is critical to meet ongoing customer demand and market volatility. While maintaining effective communication can be complex, collaboration shouldn’t be chaotic.
Join Mike Hegedus from TrinityRail, Michael Ciatto from Genpact, and Patrick Van Hull from Kinaxis to learn how organizations are using hyperconnected supply chains to overcome the chaos. Find out how TrinityRail is breaking down silos, gaining greater transparency and agility across its organization and supplier network, all within a centralized platform.
Mike Hegedus, Vice President of Supply Chain Management and Procurement, TrinityRail
Michael Ciatto, Global Supply Chain Solutions and Services Lead, Genpact
With the success of AI/ML in areas like image recognition, medicine, and the web, why are we only seeing incremental gains in the supply chain? What’s throttling AI’s ability to drive optimal supply chain performance?
Ranjit Notani, co-founder and CTO of One Network Enterprises, and Joe Bellini (COO), will explode common myths about AI/ML and why network strategies are essential to success in Supply Chain Control Towers. Learn where AI/ML truly shine and where you should still deploy traditional algorithms.
There’s a new approach to automated decision-making and decision-support in the supply chain, that marries network learnings with the unique insights of users -- for a multiparty multi-tier process that creates optimal outcomes.
This webinar will help you understand:
The limits of enterprise-centric technology and why you need a network-based control tower strategy
The 5 areas in the supply chain where you can and should use network AI/ML
The 7 Challenges in achieving the full benefit of AI in Supply Chain and how to overcome them
How guardrails and time horizons affect the results you can obtain with AI
How workbenches with predictive and prescriptive analytics streamline problem-solving
Why improving forecasts is not a panacea for your supply chain. Where to focus efforts instead
Joe Bellini, Chief Operating Officer, One Network Enterprises
Ranjit Notani, Chief Technology Officer & Co-Founder, One Network Enterprises
The final mile or outbound shipping function has been an area of strong focus for businesses in recent years with the relentless growth of ecommerce and changes in consumer buying patterns. But the COVID-19 pandemic has now highlighted both the fragility and the importance of international supply chains, the 'first mile', where technology focus has lagged in the past.
Join us to hear how a global network platform is critical for effective international freight management, and how the global network model can improve final mile operations, without the need to rip-and-replace existing TMS solutions.
You will learn:
How to prioritize TMS investments today?
How to assess your logistics maturity for tech fit?
Should you blend inbound and outbound freight operations?
What recent changes in logistics are likely to be permanent?
Monica Truelsch, Senior Director, Solution Strategy for Transportation, Infor
Challenge: A fragrance and flavor company wanted to create a foreign trade zone (FTZ) in which it could perform both manufacturing and distribution functions. Due to its many product formulations — and ingredients coming from the U.S. and around the world — tracking inventory was complex. Some incoming ingredients also skipped manufacturing and were sold raw.
Accuracy in demand forecasting Is critically important to good supply-chain management, but how do you achieve that? Visibility is key, according to several supply-chain experts, who walk us through the planning process.