The supply chain disruptions seen in the past two years are staggering. For multiple reasons supply chain and procurement have had to work magic to ensure customers get what they want when they want at the cost agreed. Not always succeeding. Sometimes realizing that the channels used and the supply based worked with will not make it.
What do you do then? How do you move as quickly as you need with all communication, audit trails, quality and legal aspects etc intact. If you are fairly digitized, how do you manage? If you are heavily paper based with many manual steps, HOW do you do it?
Welcome to a session where we will discuss the importance and lessons learned about the evolution of the digital supply chain.
Date: December 9th 2021
Time: 10:00-10:45 AM CET
Place: Your computer/tablet/phone
Cost: Free of charge but requires registration
Organizer: EBG | Network & OpenText
From pandemics to political uncertainty, climate disasters to government regulations, forces out of our control continue to disrupt supply chains and push organizations to find new markets and routes to market, to embrace new opportunities and meet changing customer demands.
Near shoring, dual-sourcing and diversification all require unprecedented agility – rapid enablement and integration with new partners, often non-traditional partners, is critical. Manual paper-based processes simply do not scale. How does that effect you, your business and your industry?
Welcome to a webinar where we will learn from Ken Clark, Product Marketing Director at OpenText. Learnings from recent round table discussions will be shared and you will learn about the trends driving supply chains to rapidly adapt when needed. How digitization and integration can help manage the risk of disruption.
- How digitized are supply chains in different industries, and how much value would 100% digitization bring?
- What have been the main forces driving supply chains to evolve in 2021?
- What are the key lessons learned from recent supply chain disruptions?
- What are the critical tools / technology that can help minimize disruption?
- What trends will improve supply chains for 2022?
- What does the intelligent supply chain of the future look like and how do we get there?
All who register will receive the recording and slides.
EBG | Network & OpenText
OpenText is a world leader in Information Management, helping companies securely capture, govern and exchange information on a global scale. OpenText solves digital business challenges for customers, ranging from small and mid-sized businesses to the largest and most complex organizations in the world.
Business Network is part of the OpenText Information Management platform and powers the world’s leading Retail, Consumer Goods, Automotive, High Tech, Industrial Manufacturing, Financial Services and Healthcare organizations. Available on-premises, in the cloud or in hybrid environments, OpenText offers the only complete Information Management solution that delivers an information advantage.
With 33,000 customers connected to more than 1,000,000 trading partners and managing 30 million digital identities in more than 130 countries, OpenText Business Network is the leading business integration platform for digital transformation needs.
For more information about OpenText (NASDAQ/TSX: OTEX), visit opentext.com