Bernard Goor, senior vice president of sales with Infor, explains the concept behind the continuous supply chain, and reveals the biggest obstacles that companies face when trying to achieve that goal.
Suman Mahalanabis, director of product management for digital software and solutions with Tata Consultancy Services, describes the steps that factories will need to take in order to ensure the health and safety of workers during the pandemic and beyond.
What's the point at which manufacturers decide to shift production from China and return it to the U.S.? Gregory Burkart, managing director and leader of the Site Selection & Incentives Advisory Practice of financial consultancy Duff & Phelps, offers some insight into the calculation.
Louis Rossi, director of business development with Comarch, explains why U.S. companies have been slower than those of other countries to adopt electronic invoicing — and how they stand to benefit by getting onboard with the technology.
Peter Canellis, associate professor of management at Vaughn College of Aeronautics and Technology, describes how the teaching of supply-chain management is changing in a time of lockdowns and sheltering-in-place caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
A panel discussion featuring experts from the Dykema law firm and The Right Place about automaker and supplier perspectives on the auto industry and U.S. economy, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and beyond.
Gregory Schlegel, founder of the Supply Chain Risk Management Consortium at Lehigh University, describes how supply-chain risk is occupying a central role in university and professional education, and why it's vital that executives embrace the discipline.
Lisa Anderson, founder and president of LMA Consulting Group Inc., offers advice on how supply-chain managers can function efficiently in a time of deep uncertainty – and why's it's vital to achieve visibility of both customers and suppliers.