Complimentary Supply Chain Insights Webinars

Each month Supply Chain Insights will sponsor a free, and available, interactive webinar for the supply chain community based on the latest research.  Here is a synopsis of the webinars that are planned:


February 22, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. ET
What’s the Impact of Open Source on the Future of Supply Chain
Developments in open source software happen because of the power of community. Developers can access code and create functionality and applications that will drive improvements and opportunities along a supply chain. Many technology vendors are embracing this model to provide platforms to manage your business. But how do you proceed? Join us for this webinar when we talk with technologists and users and unravel the mystery of open source technology.
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March 22, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. EDT
The Learning Supply Chain
Technology is evolving from a mere tool that does what humans instruct it to do to an learning, dynamic system that predicts rather than reacts. This innovation will transform the organizations that embrace the potential, but how do supply chain leaders start on this path? Attend this panel webinar where we talk to thought leaders about how cognitive supply chains will revolutionize our industry.
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April 26, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. EDT
The Millennial Voice in Supply Chain
The first and second generation of supply chain leaders are retiring and millennials are preparing to take their place. How do you transition the personnel and culture of your organization with this new talent pool? Join us as we talk with current supply chain leaders and up-and-coming supply chain movers and shakers to map out the future of supply chain talent.
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May 24, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. EDT
Blockchain and Bitcoin – The Transformation of Supply Chain Finance
Supply chain finance is going next-generation with this new model.  In this webinar we’ll explain what Blockchain and Bitcoin is, how companies are using it, why it is more secure, and how you can use them to finance materials in your supply chain. This is a must attend for anyone interested in the future of supply chain finance.
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June 21, 2017 at 1:00 p.m. EDT
S&OP: The Movement from Volume to Value
Sales and Operations Planning aligns a business, and when done well supports an effective supply chain. However, effective isn’t always efficient. Join this webinar to learn how to move from an S&OP process which focuses on the volume of information to manage, to focusing on the value potential in an optimal S&OP process.
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