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Inflation + Source-to-Pay Strategies: The Cure for the Common Price Hike


How Inflation Impacts Procurement Inflation affects a number of aspects of a business, including its ability to compete in the market, financial performance, and overall strategy. This could include negotiating more favorable terms with suppliers or renegotiating existing contracts to ensure that prices remain competitive.

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Transportation Strategies for Continued Success

Logistics Viewpoints

A TMS offers optimization capabilities across multiple modes to improve service levels and reduce freight spend. Below are some transportation strategies for success for suppliers of TMS, TES, and MTS. Coronavirus has changed the outlook for direct-to-consumer commerce, and a TMS is now a critical component of this strategy.


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Competitive Pricing: Definition, Strategies, & Benefits


Competitive pricing enables businesses to take advantage of their market by basing product prices on the competition instead of the cost to produce finished goods. It’s a handy sales strategy to keep in your business toolbox – and can be essential to success in highly competitive markets. Ride-sharing services.

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Can Your Current Manufacturing Strategies Ensure Future-Proof Operations?

DELMIA Quintiq

The way forward implies resiliency in all aspects of the business, and for manufacturing in particular, this means implementing the right strategies as stepping stones to build and drive strategic flexibility. The answer lies in a digital transformation strategy that delivers optimal ways of working. How can this be achieved?

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Next-Gen AI-Based Demand Planning: Turn Your Insights Into Accuracy in 1 Day

Artificial intelligence designed for demand planning brings the following benefits: Immediate forecast error reduction of 15-40%: this drives optimal service & stock levels. The planner gets insight into the drivers of demand: what is the impact of seasonality, price changes, or promotions?

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The Onshoring, Reshoring, and Nearshoring Strategies Calm Supply Chain Chaos


The urgent need for supply chain resiliency is increasing interest in onshoring, reshoring, and nearshoring strategies. Furthermore, every choice can improve earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization (EBITDA) and reduce risks in future shipments for each vendor.

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Inventory Strategies: Evaluating Constant Disruptions


Inventory strategies begin with an efficient network design to effectively balance your ability to accurately predict customer demand and work with suppliers to adjust orders in real time. Routine firefighting of inventory issues is a symptom of inventory strategies treated as a once-a-year exercise.

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The Cost-Plus World of Supply Chains: The Macroeconomic and Geopolitical Environment

From new pricing strategies and material substitutability to alternative suppliers and stockpiling, a new GEP-commissioned Economist Impact report reveals that enterprises are adopting a variety of approaches underpinned by data and technology.

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What Resilience Means in 2021

Speaker: Scott Wooley, President of Thermal Packing Solutions at Atlantic Tape and Packaging

In this webinar, we will cover the following topics: Champion/Challenger strategy. Blended Supplier Pricing Model. Join Scott Wooley, President of Thermal Solutions at Atlantic Tape and Packaging, and redefine what a resilient supply chain is. Total Cost of Ownership (TCO). Save your seat now! This is a session you won't want to miss!