Leveraging the right strategy to combat global supply chain disruptions

In this webinar, we will be joined by senior executives from Blue Yonder and Microsoft who will showcase the role of technology in combating and solving global supply chain shortages from Christmas toy shortages for your kids to chip shortages in the high tech and automotive industries.

November 5, 2018

Date: Dec 2, 2021

Supply chains have become more globalized and complex in recent decades. The greater efficiencies arising from this have played a crucial role in generating the abundance of more affordable products and services the world now enjoys. But, as the Covid-19 crisis highlights all too clearly, operating models tuned to maximum efficiency have turned out to be hugely sensitive to external disruption. The complexity of global supply chains has opened the way for unanticipated events causing a cascading array of unintended consequences, among them the rapid breakdown of many supply chains. This lack of agility and resilience poses major risks not just to businesses, but to society at large. With several areas in lockdown, borders shut, and businesses ordered to temporarily close by governments, many organizations were thrown into chaos. Supply chain planners around the world are grappling with an unprecedented task of balancing extreme demand and supply variations occurring at the same time.

In this webinar, we will be joined by senior executives from Blue Yonder and Microsoft who will showcase the role of technology in combating and solving global supply chain shortages from Christmas toy shortages for your kids to chip shortages in the high tech and automotive industries.

Key benefits: Empower and engage planners to be more productive and effective decision makers. Improve customer experience with higher and more consistent on-time delivery. Reduce costs from expediting shipments due to disruption by an estimated 30%. Improve resource utilization through prioritization of issues and actions.

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