Tag: supply chain disruption

coronavirus

Strategic Supply Chain Planning 2021 | Beyond COVID

The epidemic crisis of 2020 accelerated many trends in consumer behavior. It exposed risks both on the supply and demand sides of the supply chain. As we begin supply chain planning in 2021, we realize the adopted behaviors are permanent. Companies have to be able to support multiple fulfillment channels, efficiently handle returns and insulate themselves from regional disruptions across the globe.

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coronavirus

From Micro to Macro: The Effect of Social Distancing on the Supply Chain

As the nation begins the process of reopening after the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s a lot to look forward to. Friends will assemble once more, and we’ll be able to gather at our favorite places to eat, drink and socialize. One challenge in all this togetherness: everyone will be doing it at least six feet apart. Businesses are preparing now for that change.

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Indirect Supply Management Matters in Today’s Environment

As companies adjust to life altered by the novel Coronavirus outbreak, manufacturing is one of the hardest-hit sectors of the economy. In addition to being asked to adapt their assembly lines to produce personal protective equipment, their supply chains are being challenged from multiple sides. From a Maintenance, Repair and Operations (MRO) and office supplies standpoint, a number of essential items they once relied on are being challenged like never before.

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Examine Indirect Spend to Drive COVID-19 Cost Savings

In times of crisis, immediate challenges that jeopardize your ability to operate and serve customers deserve your central focus. While apparent pain points get quick reactions, the underlying business activities that support your ability to function can’t be overlooked.

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