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Supply chain management: Is it time you evolved your approach?

Supply chain management: Is it time you evolved your approach?

20 May 2020

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On Demand - Webinar now available to watch: 
Supply chain management: Is it time you evolved your approach?


In today's truly global world, many organisations are still managing supply chains in a traditional, disconnected manner. This is often driven by legacy system architecture and the perceived lack of integration or capability – but it is also because of an inability to visualise the full end-to-end supply chain.

In this webinar, Oliver Wight Partner, Neil Hill is teaming up with Heathrow Airport's Procurement Director Andrew Haynes and Supply Management Insider to explore how organisations should be reviewing their approach to supply chain management and the skills and systems needed to do so.

During the session, Neil will discuss why supply chains require improved visibility across the extended horizon and not just inside the cumulative lead time, in order to meet the requirements of an everchanging environment.

The desire to improve service, while reducing costs and inventory, is greater than ever – but the real value and opportunity exists across the broader supply chain. In order for organisations to unlock the real benefits, they must adopt an integrated approach to design, management, and optimisation of their extended supply network.