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Supply chain visibility is an appealing yet elusive capability for most companies. While most recognize the significant benefits that would accrue from comprehensive visibility, few have made it a reality across their global operations. Part of the problem companies seem to have in embracing and implementing visibility is the lack of a comprehensive definition or firm understanding of the transformational potential. In this podcast, World Trade and GT Nexus will discuss the definitions and opportunities as well as how new cloud technology platforms are driving significant value to major companies today.
Speaker: Greg Johnson, Chief Marketing Officer & Co-Founder of GT Nexus
Last year U.S. businesses purchased more than $315 billion worth of Canadian goods. With nearshoring becoming a growing trend for U.S. business, there is significant need to understanding the benefits and challenges of importing from Canada.
Speaker: Anthony Catapano, District Manager, Eastern U.S.
Turning Global Market Volatility into a Competitive Advantage Thad Bedard, Director of Strategic Accounts for APL Logistics will discuss some of the major implications for global supply chains getting longer and more complex as well as how international shippers are coping with market volatility globally. Plus, learn how to optimize and increase your supply chain performance.Presented by: APL Logistics
In this podcast, our technology expert, Greg Johnsen, executive vice president of marketing and co-founder of GT Nexus, addresses the many terms that are being tossed around relative to cloud technology. He discusses the difference between "public" and "private" cloud and when it makes sense for a company to use a private cloud or hybrid cloud approach. He will also take a look ahead at what he sees in the future of cloud technology.
The growth of Canadian e-commerce and logistics to Canada is on the rise with online Canadian purchases from U.S. retailers expected to jump to $31 billion (CAD) by 2015. U.S. retailers with an e-commerce platform need to identify a solid Canadian supply chain now to maximize revenue later. Learn from the Canadian logistics experts how your business can be successful at transporting your goods across the border into Canada.
Presented by Art Zipkin, President of FPO Services.
DDC FPO was created to provide Freight Process Outsourcing solutions to the global freight industry. Our Freight Bill Entry Solution adds standardization and quality metrics to the freight bill entry process; significantly increasing overall production quality and cost containment in processing BOLs.
For the past 30 years companies have tried and failed to apply their ERP software to automate their supply chains. ERP was designed to work within a single company, not across companies. New cloud platforms apply a radically different information model to the supply chain and put entire value chains on the same information page.
Norvanco International is full service third party logistics provider offering a wide range of services and solutions. We are able to blend the unique Foreign Trade Zone environment within a full service 3PL environment.
One theme that is beginning to bubble up is the concept of “Multienterprise Commerce.” The real business problem that today's manufacturers and distributors are struggling to manage takes place between companies, not within them. Will this be the next big IT frontier?
Calculating a true landed cost for global sourcing directly correlates with the profitability of purchased goods. However, few companies can command real-time visibility in to all the costs involved for cross border movements. In this podcast, World Trade 100 and Amber Road highlight how a comprehensive global trade platform that converges both logistics and compliance costs can deliver true landed cost visibility.
Speaker: Hung Lee, Senior Product Manager, Amber Road
Filled with proven operational solutions, it will guide managers as they develop a warehouse master plan, one designed to minimize the effects of supply chain inefficiencies as it improves logistics accuracy and inventory management - and reduces overall warehousing expense.