In today's supply chain we're all seeking to become more efficient whilst managing costs, time and labor effectively. In this quick session we show you some of the key ways your data can make the difference in mastering efficiency within your supply chain in multiple areas.
Are you using your data effectively enough to be able to calculate how and where you can adjust to reduce costs within your supply chain?
If you know you can do better but you're not sure how, take a look at this session. We show you just how quick and easy it is to take the data you already have to see how quick "what if" scenarios can reduce inventory costs.
If the events of 2020 have taught us anything it is that change can, and will, happen when we least expect it.
So, how do you prepare for something you don't even know is about to throw your whole supply chain out of sync? We're not psychic but we have the tool that allows you to to nip disruption in the bud when it rears its head. Learn more in this short session.
There is a lot going on in a warehouse at any one times. To be able to quickly understand where you are with cross-docking, customer order fulfillment and warehouse replenishment equals time, money and labor.
In this session we look at how to use the data you have to effectively and quickly understand peak performance, fulfillment and capacity performance. And, if your warehouse isn't running at its peak, how you'll use that data to quickly adjust precisely where you need to.
A real-time live-data supply chain dashboard with actionable analytics can be a powerful tool for optimizing inventory, supplier, and fulfillment performance. The tools we show here will enable a logistics vice president, brand manager, category manager, or operations vice president to optimize supply chain performance.
Here we model a warehouse-centric view of a the in-country supply chain for a national toy distributor. Sixteen Chinese manufactures ship containers of toys to the distributor via the ports of Los Angeles, Miami, and Houston.
Containers are moved by truck to the distributor’s distribution centers in Los Angeles, Dallas, Miami, and Pittsburgh, where the distributor inventories and fulfills orders for 49 different products from 28 different brands of children’s toys in 6 categories, ranging from “Toys for 1 Year Old” to “Toys for Girls 8-11 Year Old”.