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With COVID-19, wildfires, hurricanes, protests, riots, and all that 2020 has brought, the supply chain sector is under more pressure than ever before to adapt and evolve to support the new demands. Working in close contact with attendees and sponsors, Generis found it essential to continue to provide a virtual environment for the supply chain community to collaborate and communicate.
This year, the American Supply Chain Summit is focused on tackling essential topics on how to overcome current challenges, optimize best practices, and share insights of how the industry is managing during the current state of affairs. Take a look at the video to see an example of the virtual layout.
Overcoming Distribution and Logistics Challenges
Distribution operations are unique in the world of supply chain data. The systems that run your warehouses generate mass volumes of data every second of the day, and they generate much more data than any other area of the supply chain. Many organizations face challenges in accessing this data in real-time and effectively using it. A lack of understanding of how supply chain software generates and manages data contributes significantly to this challenge. Understanding data managed with legacy databases, software not designed for large data sets, investing in unproven technologies that have a small likelihood of working in distribution operations, and inefficient practices can negatively impact a company’s ROI.
Check out our booth and join our experts from September 29 – October 1 to learn how your organization can benefit from real-time visibility into your distribution networks and warehouse operations to provide better service to customers and achieve substantial ROI.
Day 1 Workshop: Data Management Best Practices
We will also be hosting a workshop on Day 1 at 12:30 pm EST. Learn data management best practices for warehouse operations from our CEO, Alex Wakefield.
- The ability to harvest and operationalize real-time data
- Understanding pressures in today’s supply chain operations
- Providing real-time access to supply chain data across disparate systems
- Enabling the ability to monitor key supply chain metrics and isolate the impact of change
- The benefits of a full cost to serve analysis in optimizing the balance of cost and service levels
- Providing insights on why these solutions have not been available