Companies around the world are urgently seeking ways to better plan around demand uncertainty and improve supply chain resilience and agility. CSCMP and ToolsGroup will reveal analysis from a crucial new global survey which reveals:
What planning challenges are top-of-mind for supply chain leaders
Technologies that are helping them meet organizational goals and what’s hampering their efforts
Whether the pandemic sped up or delayed digital roadmaps
How companies rate their supply chain strengths—and where they’re falling behind
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
Yesterday’s luxuries are today’s necessities. With regards to retail, big box and food & grocery, trends that were anticipated to get picked up in the next 4-5 years have already become mainstream, putting immense pressure on the last mile delivery ecosystem.
Existing hub and spoke delivery models that lack digital capabilities will be soon pushed towards redundancy by evolving customer expectations and new delivery models like curbside pickups, contactless deliveries, Buy Online Pick-Up In-Store, same day delivery and more.
The question is how do brands make their last mile network resilient to changing market dynamics?
Our latest webinar “The Big Picture: What It Takes to Make Last-Mile Delivery Work” will help unearth little-known ways to deal with the last mile conundrum.
How to take your fulfillment services 5-years ahead of its time
Importance of orchestrating every little logistics touchpoint
What it means to go beyond tracking and tracing
Leveraging modern delivery models to create new revenue streams
NextBillion AI, a startup in mapping platforms that provides software-as-a-service for enterprises, recently announced solutions for hyperlocal custom map API industry pitfalls in on-demand deliveries, telematics and last-mile logistics.
Swissterminal AG, a Switzerland-based integrated logistics provider, and DP World have announced the introduction of a regular barge service from Basel-Kleinhüningen and Basel-Birsfelden to various deepsea terminals at the ports of Rotterdam and Antwerp.
The supply chain continues to substantially transform as businesses become increasingly digitized, global, and networked. Organizations are leveraging a range of systems and partnerships to effectively fulfill orders under tighter timelines and the pressures of greater customer and consumer demands.
In recent years, the supply chain industry has undergone significant changes. With the advent of e-commerce, businesses are under increasing pressure to keep pace with growing customer demands, shorter product lifecycles, and global competition. Multi-enterprise business networks have been an effective first step to meeting these challenges and leveraging the vast potential of this new landscape.