Countries and States are beginning the process of reopening but the disruptions caused by the Coronavirus pandemic are here to stay for the long term. The exceptions across supply chains, driven by both consumer behavior and operational challenges won't go away overnight. All businesses are struggling to respond to everything from stockouts to production delays to supplier issues. In this play book, we examine one best practice that leading supply chain teams are turning to as they adjust to the wide-ranging impact of the new normal for supply chain: a virtual war room.
Three Strategies to Quickly Establish Your Supply Chain Virtual War Room:
The shock-resistant, resilient supply chain — demand management enables supply chain and financial resilience.
“Black swan” events highlight the need to transform traditional supply chain methods. Supply chain leaders are particularly under pressure to collaborate across the organization to build an agile and shock-resistant supply chain. Fortunately, supply chain leaders can look to new technologies that dramatically improve visibility across the end-to-end supply chain and drive decision-making to the edges of the enterprise.
In this white paper, you’ll receive insights into:
How command centers enable active demand management and prescriptive decision-making
The benefits of technology underpinning shock-resistant supply chains
How to orchestrate business performance by breaking down silos and providing fast access to meaningful data
Rob Valdez, director of cybersecurity and automation services with CPA and advisory firm Kaufman Rossin, describes how artificial intelligence can help companies weather the current coronavirus pandemic, as well as other major supply-chain disruptions.
FourKites, a real-time supply chain visibility platform, recently introduced Dynamic YardSM, giving enterprises the ability to manage all of their facilities based on real-time in-transit and in-yard freight data and analytics.