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
Challenge: A consumer goods company was missing on-time, in-full delivery targets and incurring additional transportation costs because of delayed deliveries from distribution centers, stock-out problems, and a lack of data to track OTIF targets. It needed a better view of its transportation system to improve service levels.