This year has served as a potent reminder that we live in a VUCA (volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous) world. The vulnerability of supply chains to major global events has become the subject of daily mainstream news reports. While the automotive manufacturing and after-market supply chain isn’t as high-profile as those involved in food or toilet paper, there’s no doubt the industry is under enormous pressure to respond to a rapidly evolving new normal.
Digital technology empowers the industry to effectively navigate the choppy waters of an uncertain supply-chain future, and helps businesses to continuously improve the bottom line. Read this report to find out the top five challenges that digital solutions help companies to address.
Wednesday, May 13, 2020 12:00 to Thursday, August 13, 2020 12:00
ON DEMAND WEBINAR
Pick faster and walk less with multi-bot warehouse fulfillment.
Warehouse fulfillment and distribution has vastly changed over the last few months. The current global pandemic is putting extreme pressure on operators—magnifying the existing labor shortage and accelerating the growth of e-commerce from a steady jog to an all-out sprint.
Whether it's ecommerce, omnichannel, or store-replenishment, finding an effective robotics automation solution that seamlessly improves fulfillment productivity and workplace quality is the key to success.
In this informative webinar, you'll learn:
Post-pandemic market dynamics, consumer trends, and labor patterns
How to double productivity and eliminate single cart capacity restraints with a multi-bot fulfillment and put-away solution
Cost-efficient strategies to seamlessly scale up and down with varying levels of demand
Tuesday, June 23, 2020 12:00 to Wednesday, September 23, 2020 12:00
If COVID-19 has you thinking, “if only we’d been better prepared”, you’re not alone. The Coronavirus has shown us that, similar to humans, companies are susceptible to crises from weather catastrophes to global pandemics. It takes more than just luck to survive these interruptions. There are steps you can take now to inoculate your supply chain ahead of the next global disruption.
Join industry insiders George Fowler, Group VP at Spinnaker Management Group and David Barton, GM of North America at ToolsGroup as they share learnings from supply chain responses around the globe and actionable tips you can take now to build resilience in the face of disruptions.
This one-hour session will cover tips on:
Having the right planning tools and capabilities.
Implementing a resilient network.
Monitoring and adjusting business KPIs.
Establishing knowledge retention and change management.
Implementing effective scenario planning.
Don’t be caught unprepared when the next disruption occurs. Register now to start building your supply chain resilience game plan.
David Barton, GM of North America, ToolsGroup
George Fowler, Group VP, Spinnaker Management Group
Wednesday, June 24, 2020 12:00 to Thursday, September 24, 2020 12:00
Windows Mobile has reached end-of-life. Enterprise companies and the wider market are consistently choosing to migrate to Android as their operating system of choice for their mobile device platforms.
But how do you make this type of change without disrupting your business or your employees, especially during volatile times like today?
Join the leading industry experts in enterprise mobility for an engaging virtual panel discussion hosted by SupplyChainBrain on June 24 at 1pm EST.
In a free flowing conversation, our panelists will cover topics like:
• The current impacts of COVID-19 on data capture and enterprise mobility
• The migration path to Android
• The future of enterprise mobility deployment and support
• How to maximize the investment in a modern mobile platform
• Greg Henry, VP Client Solutions, Barcoding
• Sam Gonzalez, Director Global Systems & Solutions, Ivanti Wavelink
• Shash Anand, VP Product Strategy, SOTI
• Kevin J. Lollock, North America Regional Manager Software and Specialist SEs, Zebra Technologies
Tuesday, June 30, 2020 12:00 to Wednesday, September 30, 2020 12:00
For the foreseeable future, businesses and other organizations are going to have to tighten their belts and weather the coronavirus and its subsequent economic downturn.
One simple way to reduce operational costs and increase efficiencies is to implement cloud-based EDI.
Join EDI expert, Tomasz Spluszka as he shares a real-world case study about how Bic harmonized the many different EDI systems they were using across 16 different countries. You will also gain insight into transforming your organization's document exchange processes to a cloud-based solution.
You will learn:
Which type of EDI is best for your organization: On-Premise Solutions or Cloud EDI?
Many companies are still using on-premise EDI solutions that were deployed many years ago and are based on outdated technology. Find out which type of EDI is best for your organization by weighing the advantages and disadvantages of each.
How to keep your EDI system up to date with ease.
EDI systems are constantly evolving; it is not as simple as set and forget. Partners may leave your network while new partners may be added and EDI flows may change. Learn how to keep your EDI current.
How you can harmonize your EDI system while also simplifying it and reducing costs.
One of the biggest challenges to a multinational company’s EDI system is a fragmented environment. Having different EDI solutions in place can make it difficult to exchange data seamlessly.