The modern definition of global trade management has expanded and includes supply chain finance and logistics.
Bridges is where global supply chain executives gather to learn supply chain best practices, share insights, and network with industry innovators.
Cloud-based networks allow companies to manage and optimize all of the global and complex logistics within the coffee supply chain.
Companies like Uber and Lyft are showing business services how visibility into the supply network and demand planning can generate massive value.
Established fashion and apparel brands will need to prioritize supply chain transparency in order to keep customers.
Data-driven supply chain finance programs allow buyers and suppliers to have adequate cash on hand to perform reliably.
Businesses must use supply chain data strategically in order to discover new ways to drive business value and remain competitive.
Companies are expanding their sustainable supply chain programs to fulfill consumers increasing expectation of sustainability.
Visibility needs to be defined in order for companies to decide what they want out of supply chain visibility and how it'll help achieve business goals.
Effective collaboration and institutional learning are critical to developing supply chain resiliency and responsiveness to black swan events.
Digitization of the supply chain opens up your four walls to supplier data, exposes risks, and enables smarter decisions.
Calculating supplier maturity strategically uses big data to ensure quality and mitigate risk, rather than using typical methods of risk assessment.
Network-wide collaboration and visibility enables faster transactions and interactions throughout the supply chain.
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