Supply Chain Webinars
Upcoming and Recorded Webinars on Trends and Technology in Supply Chain Management and Logistics
Keynote: The Journey to Autonomous Supply Chain Management
Why, after investing millions of dollars in technology, are supply chains still not nearly as agile and as resilient as they could be? And with major advances in machine learning, why hasn't Al come to the rescue? In this keynote presentation at the GDS Supply Chain Summit, Greg Brady, Founder and Chairman of One Network Enterprises, answers these questions and more. He argues that we've ignored some fundamental principles, and as long as we continue to do so, we'll never realize the full potential of Al, nor effectively use it to achieve truly agile, resilient, and sustainable supply chains.
Connected Domestic Transportation: Moving from Basic to Optimized Execution
Outdated transportation management systems and infrastructure are among the most significant challenges plaguing the domestic transport industry today, making effective tracking, reporting, and analytics difficult. But now new innovative technologies are helping multi-modal transportation organizations meet the call for transparency, data automation, digital platforms, AI, and technology management. This webinar will explain the lessons learned from the experts managing change and successfully transforming supply chains.
The New Supply Chain Planning Paradigm: Planning Married to Execution
Planning married to execution creates a completely new set of value-added decision-making opportunities. With a single platform, the former integration layer supported by legacy planning and execution vendors now becomes a dynamic workflow layer solving for both planning and execution problems, incrementally and continuously, on a real time basis. This new layer, unique to ONE, Optimized Execution, has the potential to solve most of today’s demand and supply variation. Adding in causal based machine learning to drive optimized prescriptions both autonomously in automated workflows and interactively in a scenario-based planner workbench, and you have the best-in-class solution capability in the market today.
Rethinking the Automotive Supply Chain
Discover the key ingredients to address the multi-tier supply challenges needed to achieve a balance of agility and resiliency. This event leverages insights from recent briefings between Automotive companies and leaders in the financial sector. Joe Bellini and Scott Conover discuss the major challenges these automotive OEMs and suppliers are facing; and the strategies and initiatives they are deploying to increase their agility and resilience, and mitigate disruption. Supply chain executives and practitioners will get a deeper understanding of current challenges, and opportunities to strengthen their supply chains.
How 3PLs Can Gain a Persistent Competitive Advantage
This webinar features a conversation between Alan Amling, Distinguished industry executive, professor, and recent author of the book Organizational Velocity, and Joe Bellini, Supply Chain Innovator, and co-author of the business strategy book The Real-Time Enterprise. Alan and Joe share their insights on constant discovery and innovation; how the organizational velocity framework can position you for success; the importance of data and AI; and much more.
GDS Supply Chain Digital Summit- Americas
In an exclusive supply chain seminar, Greg Brady and Steven Hoinka describe how PepsiCo, Latin America, and One Network are working together to build the Value Chain of the Future, improving delivery of goods from field to shelf. See how in this 30 minute session.
Given today's ongoing supply chains challenges, it Is critical to have the necessary systems and processes in place to handle unforeseen disruptions effectively. Manual processes, a lack of supply chain visibility, poor data quality, siloed systems, and ad hoc processes continue to be a concern for businesses, limiting their ability to react rapidly to changes and match supply with demand.
You will learn how intelligent command and control towers, driven by an AI with planning algorithms directly tied to execution data, can be leveraged by the entire trading community, to drive the highest service levels at the lowest landed cost.
The Network Effect for Supply Chains
Alibaba, Amazon, AirBnB, Uber, and others, have proven the unmatched superiority of the multi-party, real-time network model over traditional hub and spoke type relations. How can these same models be applied to your supply chain? Can you leverage the same leap in innovation and value creation that these networks leveraged in the consumer world? Absolutely. Companies are doing it today. In this webinar, Joe Bellini explains how you can leverage the Network Effect across your supply chain, to maximize value while simplifying processes and systems.
How to Digitize, Optimize, and Automate Complex Automotive & Industrial Supply Chains Part 2
Learn from the industries facing some of today's greatest supply chain challenges, the automotive and industrial sectors. In part 2 of our Digitizing Automotive/Industrial Supply Chains series, you will see how harnessing a control tower across your entire digital supply chain network can help you cope with today’s supply chain challenges. It is particularly relevant to those in the Automotive and Industrial sectors overseeing complex, multi-tier supply chains.
How to Digitize, Optimize, and Automate Complex Automotive & Industrial Supply Chains Part 1
Given the global nature of today’s supply networks, multi-tier visibility, planning and execution has become very complex, and systems are failing to cope with the new reality. In this webinar, Joe Bellini will discuss how the limitations of traditional architectures generate complexity and risk; how a multi-party, multi-tier integrated planning and execution model simplifies and resolves complex problems and exceptions for inbound supply; and finally, how to achieve continuous multi-tier supply/demand matching to offer the best mix and volumes.
The Value of a Digital Supply Chain Network and Control Tower Platform
This is a vibrant discussion between Juan Guerrero, Chief Supply Chain Officer of Bed Bath & Beyond, and Greg Brady, founder and chairman of One Network Enterprises. Juan and Greg cover many topics, including: Bed Bath & Beyond’s top supply chain Initiatives, how the Digital Supply Chain Network™ is enabling Bed Bath & Beyonds’ supply chain transformation, the role of data and the need for an integrated data model to enable a true network, and questions from the audience.
Supply Chain Movement: How to Deploy a Digital Supply Chain Network for Accelerated Value
Martijn Lofvers of Supply Chain Movement, and Shirell James, VP EMEA at One Network Enterprises, discuss how to get out of the enterprise and into the supply chain ecosystem, the importance of end-to-end planning and execution across the extended Supply Chain, what it takes to really understand your supply chain, and be prepared for what's next, and a lot more. Watch now to learn how Digital Supply Chain Networks are enabling companies to improve their financial performance, raise service levels, and reduce operating costs.
LogiSYM MENA: Master Your Supply Chain with an Intelligent Control Tower
August 24, Dubai, UAE. This is a physical and a virtual event. One Network's Shirell James will be presenting on the topic of using Intelligent Control Towers to better manage logistics and the supply chain. Shirell will explain how to use the power of AI and prescriptive analytics to reduce inventory and logistics costs, while improving service levels and resiliency.
How OEMs, Contract manufacturers and Suppliers Can Work Together to Optimize a Multitier Supply Chain
See how OEMs can improve multi-tier material and capacity management with order promising and integrated logistics through a single digital supply chain network.
The Value of a Global Digitized Health Community
In humanitarian aid and disaster relief supply chains, there is a critical need to improve response rates and resiliency, in order to get critical aid and supplies to those who need it most. This expert panel is moderated by Dr. Iain Barton, and the panel discusses ways to achieve better partner alignment, more efficient processes while sharing the costs.
How to Optimize Your P&L with a Demand Driven Supply Network
Learn how to improve resilience and maximize service levels across your omnichannel business. And do it in a way that lowers COGS, strengthens your Balance Sheet, and improves your Income Statement. Join One Network’s Shirell James who will explain exactly how improved supply chain performance helps each area.
Disruption in Supply Networks
Hear Joe Bellini at LogiSYM Singapore explain how there’s only one way to increase efficiency and resilience – and be ready for whatever the markets or mother nature throws at us. Digitize not just within the four walls, but across your entire supply network with a multiparty control tower to create an Intelligent Ecosystem for planning and execution.
Control Towers for Inbound Raw Materials
Optimizing direct procurement and inbound supply means much more than just streamlining your “procure-to-pay” processes for purchasing and accounting. One Network’s Shirell James explains how real-time business network platforms enable a new collaborative relationship between manufacturers, their suppliers, co-manufacturers, logistics providers and customers.
AI in Multiparty Supply Chain Control Towers
With the success of AI/ML in areas like image recognition, medicine, and the web, why are we only seeing incremental gains in the supply chain? What’s throttling AI’s ability to drive optimal supply chain performance? Ranjit Notani, co-founder and CTO of One Network Enterprises, and Joe Bellini (COO), will explode common myths about AI/ML and why network strategies are essential to success in Supply Chain Control Towers. Learn where AI/ML truly shine and where you should still deploy traditional algorithms.
The Ultimate Guide to OTIF with Accenture and One Network
Learn how to use multiparty control towers to accurately measure and optimize OTIF performance. Retailers are increasingly demanding that suppliers hit aggressive On-Time In-Full (OTIF) targets, like 98% OTIF at Walmart. Poor OTIF performance can quickly add up to millions of dollars a year in penalties (up to 3% COGS) and lost sales for suppliers. Accenture and One Network explain how retailers, suppliers, carriers and consumer goods companies, can work together to accurately measure and optimize OTIF levels, to maximize service levels and minimize penalties at least cost.
Capgemini and ONE: Digitized Control Towers for the Next Normal
We live in a new world! People and markets have had to adapt to shifts in demand, supply, and channels – often painfully. And businesses are now saying “never again!” This webinar answers a key question: “How can business network technology and control towers help companies see and respond to market impacts (demand shifts and channel changes) – in ways that help them survive and thrive in the “next normal” economy?” Join Capgemini and One Network to learn how to optimize your business with advanced technology, drawing on the vital lessons of 2020.
Control Towers in Retail and CPG Supply Chains
Supply chain control towers have evolved far beyond basic visibility. Today they provide powerful optimization with real time execution, autonomous problem-solving, global demand-supply matching and advanced analytics. Join Pepsico’s Raphael Cyjon, One Network COO Joe Bellini, and industry visionary Jim Tompkins as they explain winning strategies that apply the power of AI and prescriptive analytics to reduce inventory and logistics costs, while maximizing on-shelf availability, OTIF performance and resilience to disruptions.
PepsiCo’s Supply Chain Control Tower Story
Hear PepsiCo’s Raphael Cyjon explain their success with One Network’s Control Tower platform across the Latin America region as they pursue their mission to “create a smile in every sip and every bite.” He explains PepsiCo’s vision, status, plans and business benefits of control towers, and you’ll learn how PepsiCo is working to increase supply chain visibility and accountability, reduce transportation costs, improve compliance, and boost truck utilization, all while increasing capacity and service levels with control tower technology.