Force majeure clauses are intended to protect parties to a legal contract from losses caused by disruptive events beyond their control. But supply-chain partners might be surprised to learn what such language doesn’t cover.
The old days of the Quality movement seem quaint in retrospect: the banners, the slogans, the prizes and team-building events. Today, quality management is all about information — or, more to the point, how to keep from getting buried in it.
Many companies that employ an on-demand transportation management system (TMS) to automate their transportation processes realize double digit savings on their total transportation spend within the first year.
Too many companies are still plagued by a "siloed" mentality which keeps various functions from collaborating fully on demand planning. But Arnold Mark Wells, principal of End-to-End Analytics, sees reason for hope.
Thursday, July 18, 2019 12:00 to Friday, October 18, 2019 12:00
Today's supply chains are becoming increasingly complex in this global world. It can be hard to have full visibility into your supply chain and truly know who you are doing business with.
Supply chain risk isn't just about the ability of the supplier to fulfill their obligations to your organization. Today, there is a need to think about important topics like modern slavery and environmental, social and governance (ESG).
Having a compliant supply chain can mean avoiding disruptions to your business, managing costs and protecting your brand.
Join us for this free webinar to learn:
Key steps to having a compliant supply chain
How data ties to a compliant supply chain
What impact does ESG have on a compliant supply chain