Supply chains and logistics are forever connected. Supply chains are not resilient unless the logistics ecosystems that support them are too. With recent fuel price volatility, port and canal closures, labor shortages, and looming strikes, logistics operations need to stay ahead of the curve. And while mitigating the risk or impact of disruption, the balancing act also includes juggling capacity constraints and inflationary cost pressures.
How do logistics professionals keep their freight moving in today’s economy? The answer is through visibility and collaboration. If you can see the problem, you can fix it. If you can measure the process, you can improve it. If you collaborate with your trading partners, your supply chain can withstand the next significant disruption.
In this webinar, Todd Simms, VP, Industry Strategy, Manufacturing at FourKites will join SAP to discuss:
- The bottom-line benefits of logistics resiliency
- Leveraging operational intelligence and real-time business impact analysis to sense and assess future supply chain risks such as labor and supply shortages
- How automated freight collaboration can streamline logistics and warehouse operations