Building supply chain resilience and adaptability through digital transform

Leverage AI with other technologies to proactively build supply chain resilience.

Historically new technologies have chipped away at the source of friction-the inefficiencies that prevented progress.

The Silk road connected East to West. Letter of credit established trust in the 14th century. In the 19th century, the telephone connected us in real time. The Internet threw into hyper-drive what was once a slow march to dissipate friction. Technologists and economists alike began to anticipate a world that was friction-free. Friction, in theory, could be “digitised away.”

With transparency and trust. Advances in technology are helping reduce business friction, elevate transparency as the new currency of trust, and enable end-to-end supply chain traceability like we’ve never seen before.

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Join us in this informative webinar, as experts from IBM, share how organizations can enable intelligent end- to- end supply chain visibility and transparency.

Today, the need for supply chain visibility and resiliency is far more, in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Attend this webinar to understand how to:

+ Get real-time intelligence and actionable recommendations that reduces disruption time from days to hours.

+ Leverage AI with other technologies to proactively build supply chain resilience.

+ Minimize the complexity of supplier onboarding and collaboration.

+ Learn how our other customers are handling disruptions and resolving issues faster – while building trust and strengthening their supply chain

+ Create an environment for frictionless trade with the right partner, by having the right information at the right time.

Speaker:

+ Levine Naidoo, Frictionless Business Executive – IBM Sterling, Cloud & Cognitive Solutions Sales, IBM

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Date

Jul 20 2021
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Time

1:30 am - 2:30 am

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