Global Multimodal Transportation is Not a “Do-It-Yourself” Operation: The Important Link Between Shippers, Freight Forwarders, and TMS
Webcast: What’s Needed for Supply Chain Execution Convergence?
Supply chain execution convergence (SCEC) is more than a buzz word. It's a necessity for today's global supply chain. If supply chain players aren't operating on interconnected systems, or using a common end-to-end process to connect to all their partners, achieving supply chain excellence is nearly impossible.
During this thought-provoking webcast you'll learn how supply chain execution convergence (SCEC) helps shippers break down these age-old barriers and tap into supply chain functionality that allows them to more effectively serve their customers, adapt to changing business cycles, and save both money and resources.
Attend this session and gain valuable insight on the factors driving SCEC adoption; the differences between internal and external convergence; the implications of SCEC on the future supply chain
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Webcast: Can You See from Supplier to End-Customer?
Without visibility into how your supply chain is performing the results can be detrimental. The fundamental nature of how we collaborate both internally and externally with trading partners has evolved dramatically and the need for end-to-end visibility has become mission critical. Organizations think they have visibility, but it's truly about having the right amount of data at the right time and the ability to manage and proactively address the risks. The good news is that there is technology that can be deployed quickly and provide insights into your supply chain.
Click HERE to listen to Adrian Gonzalez and Larry Lewis, Director of Product Marketing at Kewill, discuss the importance of TRUE supply chain visibility in this recent webcast.