In recent times, Supply Chain leaders have been faced with unprecedented challenges and have been at the front line of maintaining business continuity.
At a time where there are no best practices and no past experience to fall back on, #NavigatingTheNewNormal has surfaced as a thought leadership and knowledge sharing destination for Supply Chain leaders and practitioners.On this page you will have immediate access to past and upcoming webinars and white papers that are being regularly built and curated for you.
Supply Chain Planning
There are multiple end-to-end supply chain actions to consider in the New Normal.
Supply Chain Collaboration
Supply chain agility will come from integrating new data sources for better response, automation for better productivity, new algorithms to improve accuracy and transparency and ubiquitous access to stay connected with real time supply chain status.
Employee Health and Safety
With restrictions brought along by regulations and the possibility of company facilities being in geographical locations under different stages of pandemic, employee health and safety is one of the key concerns of the COO. T
Inbound and Outbound Logistics
Logistics sector has been one of the worst hit by the pandemic. With restrictions in international borders, ports to even state borders being closed, movement of goods both raw material which is inbound and finished goods have been severely hit
A single integrated logistics network which will have the transporter’s database, indent collaboration, E-Way bill and permit collaboration followed by a robust event reporting process and invoicing will ensure that logistics comes back on its feet.