Topic: Supply Chain Management

Video: Robust Warehouse Management Capabilities Required for New Inventory Challenges

With the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic in the past, distributors still are challenged like never before: Supply chain networks remain exceptionally complex, customer demands continue to escalate and disruptions are near-constant. What can forward-thinking distributors do to optimize operations today and enable success tomorrow?

Video: Solutions to Post-COVID Distributor Success Lie in People, Processes and Technologies

The COVID pandemic and the post-COVID business environment are challenging distributors in ways they’ve never experienced. And a number of problems – the disruption of supply chains, forecasting difficulty and the pressing need to change the interface and interaction with customers – are forcing significant changes. What are the positive actions to take?

Video: How Better Flexibility, Forecasting and CX Mitigate Today’s Distributor Challenges

Forward-thinking distribution organizations always are on the lookout for ways to enhance supply chain management and improve core processes.. But the post-COVID business environment makes it more difficult than ever to make critical changes and succeed. What are today's key areas for improvement?

Video: How Politics Affects Manufacturing and Distribution

In the second of a four-video series, Ultra Senior Consultant Dave Lechleitner and economist Dr. Christopher Kuehl discuss how the shift in the political landscape, the Biden Administration and the Democratic-controlled Congress will impact business, supply chains, trade relations, tariffs, regulation and taxes.

Video: How Manufacturers Can Mitigate Supply Chain Disruption

In the first of a four-video series, Ultra Senior Consultant Dave Lechleitner and economist Dr. Christopher Kuehl discuss the COVID-19 pandemic's impact on global supply chains, and how manufacturers can mitigate disruption and enable recovery.

Year in Review: Our 5 Best Conversations of 2020

One of the many things that made 2020 difficult was the near impossibility of spontaneous, “watercooler” conversations about our projects, ERP technologies, industries and the business environment.

Whether your existing ERP system is at the end of its lifespan, your vendor is sunsetting support for your current version, or you feel you’re not getting enough value from it, moving to a new ERP system is a big undertaking.

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For businesses that want to build resilient supply chains that can withstand disruptions, it’s imperative to focus on specific tasks and bring the supply chain to a maturity level that will allow the organization to recover quickly.

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