Supply chain executives need to focus on improving the agility and responsiveness of the supply chain in order to adapt to digital disruption.
Bridges is where global supply chain executives gather to learn supply chain best practices, share insights, and network with industry innovators.
Companies can make more strategic decisions about how to manage working capital using an automated and modernized procure-to-pay process.
By leveraging real-time information and better visibility, the Uber business model solves many supply chain logistics problems.
Disruptive technologies, social responsibility, and changes in consumer demand are reshaping the future of supply chain management.
Retail is no longer a one-size-fits-all industry, and Walmart is looking to expand into the always-on world of ecommerce.
The world's most successful brands rely on their supply chain leaders to manage and execute the difficult behind the scenes jobs.
Established fashion and apparel brands will need to prioritize supply chain transparency in order to keep customers.
The urgency among carriers, 3PLs, and shippers to innovate around connectivity, data, and visibility will reshape traditional industry processes.
Returns and reverse logistics are growing areas in the retail supply chain that present an opportunity for retailers to create an aftermarket for goods.
Effective collaboration and institutional learning are critical to developing supply chain resiliency and responsiveness to black swan events.
Connectivity, digitization, and end-to-end visibility are key steps to prepare for catastrophic supply chain disruptions, known as black swan events.
Retailers are now more concerned about the consistency in the customer experience, as consumers are demanding more than omnichannel and free shipping.
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