Ajay Rane, VP of Business Development, Sigfox
With more and more brick-and-mortar shops temporarily closing their doors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s immense pressure on retailers to deliver much-needed supplies to individuals at home. The Internet of Things (IoT) can help mitigate this risk and ensure supply chains operate as swiftly as possible.
Brian Laung Aoaeh, CFA & Lisa Morales-Hellebo, Co-Founders of The Worldwide Supply Chain Federation and REFASHIOND Ventures
The power of centralized organizations must harness and unleash the strengths of decentralized communities to help beat COVID-19. Thousands of supply chain professionals, educators, and inventors have joined The Worldwide Supply Chain Federation (TWSCF) to rethink and change how supply chain operates in 2020 and beyond.
Mark A. Cunningham, Partner, Litigation Practice Group, Jones Walker LLP
Stabilizing core business operations, managing risk, and taking steps to perfect and enforce rights under existing agreements should be key priorities in your company’s response to COVID-19. Here are four strategies for supply chain professionals, in-house counsel, and risk managers to keep in mind.
Alberto Oca, Partner, Strategic Operations Transformation, Kearney
Shippers can take these five operations-focused actions to build resilience and pave the way for success as they shift into the "operate" phase of the COVID-19 crisis—not only to efficiently operate in this new business environment, but also to prepare for the next phases of the crisis.
Algunas categorías de búsqueda en la plataforma Inbound Logistics han subido más del 108%. ¿Qué buscan las empresas? Soluciones de logística, transportistas, ayuda de cumplimiento, soluciones de almacén, tecnología de gestión y soluciones 3PL, por nombrar algunas. La lucha por soluciones logísticas y experiencia está en marcha.
Sid Gaitonde, SVP and GM, Global Logistics Solutions, PDI Software
With the demand for fuel changing so quickly, how can organizations manage their fuel supply chain in the wake of a crisis like the COVID-19 outbreak?
Dan Khasis, CEO and Founder of Route4Me
The COVID-19 pandemic is negatively affecting the global economy—supply chains are especially affected. Recovery will likely require unprecedented levels of orchestration. Here are five ways leaders can help their businesses find the road to recovery.
Micah Robinson, Enterprise Mobility Content Manager, Stratix
In this competitive and sizable market, space availability is at an all-time low while competitive pressures have never been higher. Warehouse managers can achieve more with less using these five crucial tips.
Josh Roffman, Loftware VP Product Management
When it comes to logistics, the speed and convenience of e-commerce has led to changing expectations in the business-to-consumer sector. Meeting these expectations requires hitting an exact sequence of strict targets.
John Leo Post, Co-Founder and Vice President of Product, Worklete
Globally, 85% of employees report that they’re not engaged at the workplace. Manufacturing, retail, and distribution teams can take three steps to ensure that employees stay engaged and thrive in their roles.
In light of the COVID-19 outbreak, Inbound Logistics created a resource hub to arm supply chain stakeholders with mission-critical data and ongoing guidance to overcome supply chain disruption and challenges as events unfold.
Bob Sibik, Senior Vice President and Co-Founder, Fusion Risk Management
This is how manufacturers and retailers can map dependencies and minimize risk when facing supply chain disruptions like the new coronavirus pandemic.
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