Five Strategies for Increasing Supply Chain Resilience in the Post-COVID World

Recorded Webinar

Experiences of the past year has shown that supply chain resilience is essential for creating business continuity and fostering growth. While organizations recognize that managing supply chain risk is essential, the ability to consistently withstand negative impacts and recover quickly from disruption is less certain. Even after the COVID recovery, for many, managing risk is still based on spreadsheets, emails and disjointed systems that require a new level of intelligence and automation.

As enterprises look for solutions to improve supply chain resilience, there is an enormous opportunity for procurement and supply chain departments to make that change happen. But to foster a culture of supply chain transformation also requires a new level of collaboration with your business partners. Making suppliers a part of that journey builds trust and accelerates the goal of becoming a resilient enterprise.

Join Bill DeMartino, Chief Product Officer at riskmethods and guest speaker Alla Valente, Senior Analyst at Forrester for a deeper understanding of:

  • Supply Chain Resilience and Visibility as a business imperative
  • Thrust towards digitalization and impact to supply chain
  • Rethinking supply chain risk strategy
  • New ways of collaborating with suppliers and why it failed in the past
  • Building the optimal supply chain risk management tech stack

Speakers

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Bill DeMartino

Chief Product Officer & Managing Director, Americas, riskmethods

 

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Alla Valente

Senior Analyst, Forrester

 

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