Do you feel prepared for the next major supply chain disruption?
The effects of the last 2+ years have been well documented, particularly when it comes to global supply chains. Disruptions of all shapes and sizes presented themselves almost relentlessly, and organizations were forced to pivot or shift gears at a moment’s notice. In fact, 78% of organizations suffered at least one supply chain disruption in the past 12 months alone.
However, the news isn’t all bad. If anything, those who faced these disruptions learned invaluable lessons and best practices should the happen again – especially when it comes to visibility. Furthermore, 83% of professionals report that management’s commitment to supply chain risk is now “medium” or “high.” But does that make us well informed enough for the future? Do you have visibility into real-time data across the entire supply chain, from customer to inventory?
Join KPMG and a select group of likeminded executives as we discuss the challenges and disruptions you continue to face with your supply chain, as well as the lessons learned and tools available to future-proof your supply chain for years to come.
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What lessons have you learned from the last two years of disruption?
Do you have end-to-end, real-time visibility into your supply chain?
Do you have capabilities that allow you to be proactive vs. reactive in managing risk?
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