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Join Ultra Consultants and NetSuite for a manufacturing and distribution showcase webinar addressing the challenges of improving omni-channel order management.

Set for Thursday, October 18, 2018 at 2PM ET, the one-hour webinar session gives an overview of the business improvements that can be made to managing multiple inbound order channels. From EDI, eCommerce, phone orders and customer portals, to Point of Sale systems and other sources, it is a complicated process to manage multiple inbound order channels.

This informative session illustrates how modern ERP systems can be leveraged to improve the process and eliminate redundancies.

Key Takeaways

  • Business process improvement to support multi-channel order integrations
  • An overview of what it takes to manage supplier and order portals
  • Modern features for real-time inventory views, unified pricing and more

Who Should Attend

The information presented in this session is useful for manufacturing and distribution project teams looking to leverage modern ERP to improve optimize omni-channel order management.

About NetSuite

NetSuite delivers the infrastructure to support your business, supply chain and manufacturing processes no matter where they operate.

Business heads and other stakeholders can get a real-time view of their business performance and drill down into key metrics within an organization’s global operations enabling them to make important course corrections and project changes out into the future.

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Improve Omni-Channel Order Management: Sign up for Webinar on Thursday, October 18, 2018


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    Andrew Bolivar

    Director, Center of Excellence, Ultra ConsultantsAndrew Bolivar serves as the Director of Ultra’s Center of Excellence, an enterprise vendor research initiative. Andrew is a 15-year manufacturing and technology industry veteran with experience within manufacturing, management consulting, and the software industry. Andrew holds a B.A. in Economics from the University of Illinois – Urbana/Champaign.