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    • Supercharge Your Supply Chain Applications with Better Supplier Information
      Supercharge Your Supply Chain Applications with Better Supplier Information Naveen Sharma, Director, MDM Practice, Cognizant; Jakki Geiger, Senior Director, MDM Solutions Marketing, Informatica Recorded: Jul 29 2014 6:00 pm UTC 37 mins
    • Are you struggling to improve supplier onboarding, collaboration and compliance because you can’t see the total supplier relationship across product lines, business units and regions?

      While employees strive for continuous improvement, no one can see the big picture because valuable supplier information is scattered across dozens or hundreds of ERP applications. Despite spending up to $1,000 on each supplier annual to manage supplier information across the enterprise, many employees spend too much time manually reconciling inaccurate, inconsistent and disconnected supplier information. This approach does not scale to support future growth goals.

      Are you responsible for supplier relationship management? Do you have multiple ERP systems? Has your company grown through acquisition? If you want to learn how to supercharge your supply chain applications with clean, consistent and connected supplier information, please join this webinar featuring supplier data experts from Cognizant and Informatica.

      Our panel of data experts will:
      •Reveal 3 pressing business challenges facing supplier relationship management executives
      •Share 3 supplier relationship management nightmares, which you should try to avoid
      •Give you best practices for optimizing supplier relationship management with accurate, consistent and connected supplier information
      •Show you how the Total Supplier Relationship solution can help you implement best practices
      •Answer your toughest supplier information management questions in the live Q&A

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    • The Future of ITSM – Speed & Suppliers
      The Future of ITSM – Speed & Suppliers Troy DuMoulin - VP, Research & Development at Pink Elephant. Peter Hubbard - Senior ITSM Consultant & Lecturer Upcoming: Jun 22 2017 2:00 pm UTC 90 mins
    • It is the nature of all things to constantly evolve based on the dynamics of a changing environment. This is equally true of the IT Service Management models we use. Two of the primary shifts we are seeing in the industry include:

      1.The demand for IT processes acceleration and agility driven by the growing rate of business demand

      2.Increased 3rd party integration in our service delivery models as organisations leverage cloud based services and externally source a growing percentage of their IT value chain

      In this engaging webinar hosted by both Pink Elephant UK and North America we will look at these two trends.

      (Process Speed/Agility & Supplier Integration)

      Join Peter Hubbard and Troy DuMoulin as they address the concepts of:

      •Agile Service Management: ITIL, Agile & Lean - Better Together

      •Service Integration & Management (SIAM) – building a “One Team” delivery approach.

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    • Managing Your IT Suppliers: How to Ensure You Get What You Pay For
      Managing Your IT Suppliers: How to Ensure You Get What You Pay For Erik Hille, Sr Principal Product Marketing Manager, CA Technologies Recorded: Nov 9 2012 4:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    • No doubt, IT suppliers are an essential part of your business. In fact, if one of their services “goes down”, it can significantly impact the services your IT organization provides to the business not to mention your internal credibility. With that being said, it is quite interesting to note that many organizations do little to manage these service obligations and instead rely on performance reports from IT suppliers. The issue with these ad hoc IT supplier reports is that they do not provide real-time information on performance levels and they do very little to guide IT suppliers on “proper” behavior.

      Join this webcast for a frank discussion about how you can effectively manage your outsourcers, collect penalties that are due, and proactively avoid issues that will affect both the Business and IT.

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    • Supplier Management: Creating a Roadmap for Best-in-Class Supplier Management
      Supplier Management: Creating a Roadmap for Best-in-Class Supplier Management Mark Peachey, Chris Nelms Recorded: May 28 2012 2:00 am UTC 65 mins
    • Don't miss this on demand webinar hosted by ISM and sponsored by Oracle.

      There is little disagreement that supplier management should be a core component of supply management. And most agree that a strong supplier base is critical to any organization’s success. But most organizations lack well-established supplier management programs with multi-year planning horizons and clear obj! ectives. This program provides clear, practical advice on how to launch and sustain best-in-class supplier management.
      Learning Objectives:
      •Understand the role of supplier management and its interdependence with other supply management disciplines
      •Learn best practices for developing organization structures, charters, and talent that foster ongoing improvement
      •Review real-world case studies that emphasize change management and supplier involvement
      •Understand how to develop a technology portfolio that supports emerging supplier management requirements

      Featured Speakers:
      Mark Peachey
      Product Strategy Director
      Oracle Corporation
      Chris Nelms
      Managing Supervisor, Supply Chain Process & Systems
      Moderated by:
      Nora P. Neibergall
      Senior Vice President
      Institute for Supply Management™

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    • Third Party Supplier Security: The supply chain challenge
      Third Party Supplier Security: The supply chain challenge Steve Durbin, Managing Director, ISF Ltd Recorded: Feb 4 2015 2:00 pm UTC 48 mins
    • As supply chains become increasingly complex, and efficiency savings motivate companies to outsource business processes, service providers continue to be a primary vector for information security risks. In part this is because of the lack of usable, consistent standards for suppliers. Many suppliers are small and do not have the resources to adequately implement widely-accepted information security standards, leading to data breaches such as that of US retailer Target in Dec 2013. We also continue to see the mistaken belief that information risk is something others need to think about. This webcast will offer solutions to some of these challenges and also discuss the issue of more widespread education and communication of threats and how they might be better managed throughout the global supply chain.

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    • Identify and Manage Supplier Risk Like Never Before
      Identify and Manage Supplier Risk Like Never Before Gary Nowacki, TraceGains, and Jack Kennedy, Chelsea Milling Company Recorded: Jun 1 2011 4:00 pm UTC 75 mins
    • Automating ingredient specification and supplier compliance helps minimize risk, improve quality, and accelerate profitability. Immediate feedback, coaching, and corrective action monitoring for suppliers is a win-win for both sides. Tune into our webinar to learn how to:

      • Lower your manufacturing costs, cost of poor quality, and charge-backs.
      • Receive instant notifications when suppliers' audits, insurance certifications, and any other compliance items are due to expire.
      • Link your own lab data to your suppliers' shipped lots and continuously compare results.
      • Easily manage GFSI (BRC, SQF, etc.) audit data collection.
      • Automatically generate corrective action reports to suppliers for any non-compliance.
      • Achieve continuous product improvement.

      Gary Nowacki, CEO of TraceGains, joined the company in January 2008 after holding a variety of software industry executive positions in ERP, Supply Chain Management, and Quality Solutions. Gary has 30 years experience designing and implementing advanced solutions for Food & Beverage, Nutraceuticals, and Consumer Packaged Goods (CPGs).

      “We designed TraceGains for Quality, Purchasing, and Sourcing managers who are dissatisfied with the high cost and high risk of manual tracking and control of ingredients and suppliers. TraceGains is a complete compliance and risk management solution that automates data from paper or electronic filing cabinets and makes it actionable," says Nowacki.

      Jack Kennedy is VP Operations, General Manager, and Director of Chelsea Milling Company, the makers of “Jiffy Mixes” brand baking mix and CMC Foods institutional and foodservice baking mixes. Jack has been a food industry manager since 1974, when he started his career with Welch Foods, Inc. After 12 years, he moved to Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc. In 1995, he came to Chelsea Milling Company, where he is one of the first non-family members to hold an executive position in this over 100 year old family business.

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    • Supplier BCM Plans: Why They Are Essential to Your Supply Chain
      Supplier BCM Plans: Why They Are Essential to Your Supply Chain Paul Kirvan (BCI US Chapter) Recorded: Mar 19 2014 3:30 pm UTC 42 mins
    • Supply chains are often the heart and soul of an organization. If the supply chain is undisturbed, the business can function normally. If it is disrupted, the consequences could be disastrous. If you are serious about protecting your supply chains, one of the best strategies is to analyze the BCM plans of your principal supply chain partners. In this webinar we'll briefly examine the following:
      - How BCM factors into supply chains
      - The importance of identifying risks to your supply chains
      - What you need from your suppliers on their BCM activities
      - How to obtain supplier BCM plans
      - How to audit supplier BCM plans

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    • 5 Steps to Stronger Vendor Security and Reduced Supply Chain Risk
      5 Steps to Stronger Vendor Security and Reduced Supply Chain Risk Ishan Girdar [CEO, Privva] + Mitch Greenfield [Supply Chain Security Expert] Recorded: Nov 1 2016 5:00 pm UTC 38 mins
    • Third party vendors and digitally connected supply chains provide significant operational and cost efficiencies. But they also expose businesses to significant data security risk as sensitive data leaves your protected network. A recent report revealed more than 60% of all data breaches were from third-party vendors.

      In this webinar, supply-chain security expert Mitch Greenfield will walk you through a 5-step process to reduce your supply chain risk, improve vendor compliance, and make informed decisions about your vendor network. Learn how to:

      - Ask the right questions when assessing supplier risk
      - Manage and securely distribute vendor risk assessments
      - Automate vendor risk scoring to eliminate human error
      - Create reports to meet compliance and stakeholder requirements (CISO, C-Suite, Board, Auditor)
      - Schedule periodic re-assessment based on a vendor's risk profile and criticality to the business

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    • Third Party Risk Management: an effective, efficient, and agile approach
      Third Party Risk Management: an effective, efficient, and agile approach Michael Rasmussen, The GRC Pundit, GRC 20/20 and Nick Rafferty, Chief Operating Officer, SureCloud Recorded: Jul 21 2015 1:00 pm UTC 43 mins
    • Organisations across all sectors are dealing with a growing array of third party/vendor relationships. Even obscure supplier relationships can have significant impact on security, risk and compliance. The Target credit card breach is one example in which a heating and air conditioning supplier was the doorway in to a significant breach of a point of sale system and theft of credit card data. Organisations have to manage risk across their third party supplier relationships but are limited in the resources they can devote to this.

      This 'Expert' webinar will address the following:-

      o Understand the growing array of third party relationships
      o The impact of third party relationships on security, risk and compliance
      o Elements of an effective, efficient, and agile vendor risk management process
      o How other areas of the organisation can leverage a common approach to third party risk management

      Attend this webinar if:-

      o You are concerned by the growing number of third party supplier relationships
      o You realise your risk and compliance exposure is growing because of these relationships
      o You need to be able to manage supplier risk but cannot recruit more staff to do so
      o You desire the need to know how to keep current in a dynamic environment of third party relationships

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    • Identifying Key Suppliers
      Identifying Key Suppliers Steve Wicks, Chair BCI Partnership Working Group on Supply Chain Continuity Recorded: Mar 21 2012 10:00 am UTC 45 mins
    • Supply chain continuity is the hottest topic in BCM and driving a significant positive shift in corporate awareness of BCM. The BCI Partnership established a working group in 2011 to develop practitioner guidance on this topic following feedback from its annual supply chain resilience surveys. The group is chaired by Steve Wicks, who brings his own unique insight of being a BCM expert working in procurement at BP plc. In this webinar, Steve will be focusing on a key aspect of supply chain continuity - identifying your key suppliers – one that is often only defined in terms of “biggest spend”. Steve will show why this is completely inadequate, and share the findings of the study he has been leading, including feedback received from interviews with a number of corporations. A paper on the subject will be published in June.

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    • MPLS: Sales Advice for the Cloud Era
      MPLS: Sales Advice for the Cloud Era Craig Galbraith Recorded: Aug 6 2015 4:40 pm UTC 4 mins
    • Just because cloud has come along, that doesn't mean there's no longer use for MPLS.

      Low-cost IP VPNs have improved, but performance can be inconsistent. MPLS is still important for performance-based applications on a wide-area network. And it’s often in demand in cloud infrastructures.

      In this short video, Channel Partners' Craig Galbraith explains the topics that you should broach when selling MPLS to customers who use a virtual private network (VPN) over the Internet – and those who already have an MPLS network but want to add services or switch suppliers.

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