Rethink your Supply Chain
Optimize supply and demand and gain a competitive edge
Customer expectations have never been higher for delivery, quality and visibility into the process – but fragmented global, multi-channel supply chains limit your ability to respond immediately to issues, leading to mistakes and errors that waste time and money. Have you truly optimized your supply chain and driven out unnecessary cost to make your company more competitive in the Market? We'll show you how IBM can help -- through our portfolio of cloud-based, Software-as-a-Service and on-premise software solutions.
Supply Chain as-a-Service: Does it Work?
Join ABF Supply Chain Solutions to learn about the challenges and opportunities of an "as-a-service" supply chain. Find out how to develop a flexible, streamlined process that drives increased ROI for your business.
The Role of the Supply Chain in Enhancing the Customer Experience
In today's global marketplace, effective supply chain management can be a significant competitive advantage. But what role should the supply chain play when it comes to enhancing the customer experience? Join this webinar with Bryan Ball from the Aberdeen Group to get five best practices for success.
Delivering a superior customer experience through an optimized supply chain
Today's complex global supply chains are full of volatility in markets, suppliersand customer demand. Learn how to achieve breakthrough gains by optimizing supply chain planning and execution.
Why Transportation Management Isn’t Enough?: The Future of Intelligent Supply Chains
How can technology transform your supply chain to enhance service and create cost efficiencies? Watch this webinar to learn why a transportation management system isn't enough to keep manufacturers competitive. Find out how the next wave of supply chain innovation can transform your business.
The Supply Chain Perspective
Today's complex global supply chains are full of uncertainty. Meeting the challenge demands a new degree of cross-functional synchronization and agility across sourcing, logistics and inventory. With a focus on the customer, leaders are achieving breakthrough gains in supply chain planning, execution and optimization.
Today's Customer Data-Driven Supply Chain: Top Five Practices
Read this Aberdeen Insights report to get the top five practices from leading organizations for creating a more efficient and more responsive supply chain. Learn how leveraging the massive amounts of customer data across your organization can help you gain the competitive edge by delivering better service faster—and at a lower cost.
Globalization has led to huge pressures on transportation management, both internationally and domestically. Where do things stand today, and how well have transportation organizations been keeping up with these changes? Find out in this groundbreaking research study from Supply Chain Digest.
Supply Chain Management's New Focus
Is the customer at the center of your supply chain? Read this guide to supply chain transformation and use it to evaluate your own customer experience delivery capabilities using a supply chain maturity model. This three-stage roadmap will help you create a supply chain that provides superior customer experiences—while boosting efficiency and lowering costs.
Optimize the Supply Chain: IBM Solutions for Supply Chain Management
IBM supply chain management solutions enable businesses to anticipate, control, and react to demand and volatility within the supply chain.
Learn how you can reduce supply chain costs, increase operational efficiency, and improve the customer experience by fulfilling more perfect orders in the demand chain.
53% of Chief Supply Chain Officers ranked demand variability as their number one concern.
Over $15 trillion in inefficiencies comes from waste throughout the entire global commerce system.
New rule #1: Know the customer as well as yourself. Smooth volatility with predictive demand. 69 percent of top executives view volatility in the new economic environment as their largest concern.
More than half of all supply chain executives have implemented practices aimed at improving visibility, such as continuous replenishment and inventory management with customers. But less than 20 percent are pursuing these practices extensively.
Top 5 Reasons to Attend for Supply Chain Professionals:
- Network and connect with people like you. Hear how others have increased efficiency of their supply chain without compromising customer service.
- Work smarter, not harder. Discover solutions to improve productivity and response to supply/demand volatility.
- Receive access to the latest research. Check out the surprising results returned from over 400 supply chain executives in a recent IBM-sponsored survey.
- Get engaged. Learn why partner and customer engagement is crucial and discover how to create a differentiated customer experience across your value chain.
- Discover Smarter Commerce. Understand how it can synchronize your value chain and deliver.