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Live Global Supply Chain Situational Awareness for Clinical Trial

Clinical trial is one of the most critical stages of discovering new treatments for diseases and finding new ways to detect, diagnose, and reduce the chance of their development. In order to ensure safe timely delivery in compliance with strict quality standards, leveraging end-to-end transparency and live situational awareness at each step of the process…
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3 Ways to Align Sales & Operations Planning and Execution

Supply chains today are being challenged in ways many have never experienced. The system has already been struggling due to the ongoing three-year Covid-19 pandemic, consequently causing China’s lockdowns, massive port congestion and longer lead times for material and finished goods that originate from China. The problems are further augmented by Russia’s invasion of Ukraine…
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Live Supply Chain Situational Awareness: Hurricane Larry Use Case

According to the Freight Waves most recent article, over the last week (week of 09/05/21), Larry became the third major hurricane of this year’s Atlantic season, forcing container ship captains to steer clear as the storm passed the island of Bermuda this week, headed towards eastern Canada. How can you proactively plan for and manage supply…
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Supply Chain Situational Awareness: Project Approaches to Unlocking Value

As companies look to achieve live supply chain situational awareness (SCSA), three project approaches to deliver a solution and business value are emerging: In-house project approach – Best of breed solutions and partners for a project managed internally Led by IT team with support from line of business users Requires heavy system integration Multi-vendor approach…
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Top 3 Reasons Shipper’s Visibility Isn’t Good Enough

Top 3 Reasons Shipper’s Visibility Isn’t Good Enough Despite a variety of visibility options available to Shippers, many claim the visibility they have is not good enough to meet their needs. When you unpack the reasons why, a clear pattern in their responses emerges. These are top 3 reasons they cite: 1. It’s not actionable…
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