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The Quest for Supply Chain Resilience

The world is becoming turbulent faster than supply chains are becoming resilient.

The frequency of supply chain disruption events globally has increased year-over-year for the past 10 years. The reasons are varied; the explosion of data, climate change-related extreme weather, geopolitical conflict, cyber attacks, tariffs and governmental regulations--all creating challenges for supply chains. Unfortunately, traditional methods of managing supply chains are ineffective in mitigating the increasing level of volatility facing businesses today.

Supply chains are the lifeblood of any company, and supply chain performance issues are quick to impact margins. For organizations with global supply chains, the percentage of an organization’s total costs attributable to supply chain can reach 90%. Between 2015 and 2018 significant supply chain disruptions negatively impacted corporate earnings at an average rate of 24%.

In an increasingly turbulent world, supply chain resilience is the ultimate competitive advantage. In this webinar to learn about:

- Trends driving global supply chain disruptions
- Opportunities to automate supply chain risk management
- The benefit of digitally connecting with trading partners
- How AI is helping manage supply chain activities
- How the platform economy changes supply chain management
- The evolving role of supply chain leaders
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Russell Perry, CEO, kompany; Corine Trouncy, CEO Nordics, Coface; Justin Dillon, CEO, FDRM; Ron Volpe, VP Apps, Tradeshift
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  • Tradeshift Go Deminar Jul 24 2019 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Kyle Frankel & Michael Creeden of Tradeshift
    With Tradeshift Go you can enable the mobile workforce for next-generation expense payment and management:

    • Limit physical p-cards and corporate credit cards to reduce liability exposure
    • Extend use of virtual cards to manage spend where you have no control today
    • Give your users a world-class native mobile experience they will actually love
    • Extend to workers outside the organization who need access to buying or payment
    • Empower people to get work done, but keep the control and transparency

    With Tradeshift Go you can combine the flexibility of corporate cards with the control of pre-approval workflow.
  • The Quest for Supply Chain Resilience Jul 16 2019 3:30 pm UTC 60 mins
    Russell Perry, CEO, kompany; Corine Trouncy, CEO Nordics, Coface; Justin Dillon, CEO, FDRM; Ron Volpe, VP Apps, Tradeshift
    The world is becoming turbulent faster than supply chains are becoming resilient.

    The frequency of supply chain disruption events globally has increased year-over-year for the past 10 years. The reasons are varied; the explosion of data, climate change-related extreme weather, geopolitical conflict, cyber attacks, tariffs and governmental regulations--all creating challenges for supply chains. Unfortunately, traditional methods of managing supply chains are ineffective in mitigating the increasing level of volatility facing businesses today.

    Supply chains are the lifeblood of any company, and supply chain performance issues are quick to impact margins. For organizations with global supply chains, the percentage of an organization’s total costs attributable to supply chain can reach 90%. Between 2015 and 2018 significant supply chain disruptions negatively impacted corporate earnings at an average rate of 24%.

    In an increasingly turbulent world, supply chain resilience is the ultimate competitive advantage. In this webinar to learn about:

    - Trends driving global supply chain disruptions
    - Opportunities to automate supply chain risk management
    - The benefit of digitally connecting with trading partners
    - How AI is helping manage supply chain activities
    - How the platform economy changes supply chain management
    - The evolving role of supply chain leaders
  • Tradeshift Buy Platform Demo Jul 10 2019 5:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Tim Rothrock & James Nawrocki, Tradeshift
    Striving for system efficiency is a common goal. We want our platforms to perform exactly how we expect and then some. Introducing: Tradeshift Buy.

    Tune in for an exclusive demonstration of Tradeshift Buy where you’ll learn how to:

    - Manage your marketplace offerings in a central place, with custom pricing and options for each buyer or marketplace.
    - Aggregate offers from your sellers or marketplace, controlled and managed to the enterprise’s needs
    - Give everyone in your organization the power to buy what they need, for any kind of spend, across any marketplace
    - See and control all spend, with intelligent recommendations for optimizing your cost structure.
    - Connect any number of sellers and buyers, based on your brand and your T&Cs, with full access control
  • Tradeshift Pay Deminar Jun 19 2019 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    Jeff Green and Patrick Massar from Tradeshift
    Join us for a live demo of the Tradeshift Pay platform. During this demo, you will learn how to:

    - Connect to your suppliers in days
    - Eliminate manual processes through digitization
    - Speed up processing time through increased collaboration
    - Take advantage of a network of banks and suppliers that want to do business with you
    - Manage and increase working capital

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  • Conquering the eCommerce Marketplace for B2B P2P Needs: Monoprice's perspective Recorded: May 30 2019 59 mins
    Jon Reynolds, Business Unit Director for Marketplace, Monoprice & Jayson Humphrey, Director Marketplace, Tradeshift
    B2C eCommerce marketplaces are the new frontier for B2B. Companies are seeing the impact of marketplaces and how it allows them to tap into new revenue streams. Monoprice, a consumer electronics company, has traditionally leveraged a B2C marketplace and adapted this philosophy to their B2B road map.

    Join Jon Reynolds, Monoprice’s Business Unit Director for Marketplace and Jayson Humphrey, Tradeshift’s Marketplace Director as they discuss owning a B2B eCommerce marketplace.

    This webinar will cover:
    - B2B marketplace’s impact on revenue growth for sellers/suppliers
    - Monoprice’s motivation and methodology behind creating a B2B marketplace
    - Challenges and benefits Monoprice’s eCommerce department faced
    - How B2B marketplace adaption to buyers demand enables access to new audiences and expands working capital through cost savings.
  • 3 Ways To Get More out of AP Automation Recorded: Apr 11 2019 40 mins
    SharedServicesLink and Tradeshift
    So you’ve implemented an AP automation solution, good for you! But how can you leverage this strategy to take your team to the next level? Automation can cut processing time in half and rid you of paper invoices, but is there more hidden value in AP automation that you could be taking advantage of?

    Join us as we discuss:

    -How truly networked teams are leveraging AP automation to impact the bottom line
    -How a networked organization can unify your partners in one place
    -How teams can leverage automation technology to optimize working capital and cash flow while building relationships with suppliers
  • The 2019 ePayables Technology Advisor from Ardent Partners Recorded: Mar 29 2019 61 mins
    Andrew Bartolini, Founder & Chief Research Officer at Ardent Partners; Rinus Strydom, Chief Commercial Officer at Tradeshift
    Join us in-depth discussion with Ardent Partners’ about the research process for their ePayables Technology Advisor—the first-ever payables focused report—including how and why they ranked Tradeshift’s payables technology solutions as Best-in-class.

    Ardent Partners releases this report to serve as a resource for “AP organizations seeking to automate and transform their invoice payment processes.”

    Join our webinar to learn:

    > How they assessed the top solutions in the market today
    > How they evaluated each solution, their features, and their strengths
    > How they decided on their rankings
  • Multi-enterprise marketplaces: Moving into the Networked Apps Economy Redefining Recorded: Mar 21 2019 27 mins
    Richard Su – Solution Consultant for the Apps Platform team | Tradeshift
    Networked Marketplaces are revolutionizing business commerce and starts to look more like B2C, representing an opportunity to scale your digital business. The market has outgrown locked in solutions and is moving over to open networks and apps to create their own marketplace that suits their ever changing needs.

    Today it’s fully possible to connect your suppliers, buyers, financial institutions, employees and service providers in an end-to-end engaging experience. Procurement, finance, and digital transformation professionals have a huge opportunity to generate new value for the company as “market makers”.

    If you’re targeting new markets with old business models, or simply modernizing under the guise of digital strategy, then you’ll be left chasing the market and behind competition. Join our webinar to learn more about:

    > Online marketplaces and apps – not just for Business to Consumer (B2C) – how personal online buying is influencing business commerce
    > Digital upgrade for the buyer journey – connected buyers, sellers, employees, and service providers for the complete experience …that users now expect
    > How IT, procurement and finance quickly are moving away from working in silos
    > Examples of marketplace models – what suits your business
    > How to align a collaborative, digital ecosystem with apps around your solutions and processes.
    > How to enable global scale operations responsive to local market requirements

    Watch this webinar and discover how to become a market maker today.
  • Ardent Partners & Kuehne + Nagel Discuss an Award Winning Approach to SCF Recorded: Jan 31 2019 59 mins
    Roger Sutter, Head of Treasury and Working Capital at Kuehne + Nagel, Bob Cohen, Research Director at Ardent Partners, Andrew
    Supply Chain Finance (SCF) is evolving and can benefit businesses around the world by creating a win-win situation for you and your suppliers. Join experts from Tradeshift, Ardent Partners and Kuehne + Nagel to discuss the latest developments within SCF and take a deep dive into how Kuehne + Nagel won the 2018 Global Supplier Achievement Award. See how the company:

    Brought together several business partners with its existing systems and processes to offer early payment to their suppliers and leverage surplus cash
    Methodology to design the solution
    Integration implementation and functionality within the ERP system
    Challenges faced on organizing the procurement side
    Benefits gained from adding SCF to their process

    Speakers

    Roger Sutter, Head of Treasury and Working Capital at Kuehne + Nagel

    Roger Sutter joined Kuehne + Nagel in 2011 as Head Treasury and Working Capital. In this role, he oversees the global treasury and working capital activities of the Group which also includes KN’s global SCF program. Roger started his career at a large international bank and thereafter worked in the finance department of an international food manufacturer.

    Bob Cohen, Research Director at Ardent Partners

    Bob, leads Ardent’s coverage of Accounts Payable, Business Networks, and Travel and Expense Management. Bob is a seasoned professional with more than fifteen years of experience in helping enterprises transform their Source-to-Pay operations. He spent the past 12 years at Basware where he helped establish it’s U.S. presence as a major player in the AP automation space.

    Andrew Jesse, Sr. Director of Market Development at Tradeshift

    Andrew is leading Market Development for Tradeshift Financial Services, where he is responsible for expanding Tradeshift’s network of integrated early payment solutions and providers. Andrew comes from a background of over 20 years having worked in the semiconductor industry where he focused on ERP, business process re-engineering and audit.
  • Ardent Partners: The CPO’s Perspective on 2018 Recorded: Dec 18 2018 61 mins
    Andrew Bartolini, Founder, Ardent Partners’; and Roy Anderson, Chief Procurement & Digital Transformation Officer, Tradeshift
    Join Ardent Partners’ Chief Research Officer, Andrew Bartolini as he discusses, “The CPO’s Perspective on 2018: This Year’s Key Highlights, Takeaways, and Observations”. This webinar will dive into Procurement in 2018 with one of the most well-known and highly-regarded Chief Procurement Officers in the industry, Roy Anderson, who is now running procurement at Tradeshift. We will examine the shift in the CPO’s mindset while also capturing the main highlights, takeaways, and lessons learned from 2018.

    Chief Procurement Officers and other procurement professionals will not want to miss this interactive and powerful discussion that will:

    Reflect on the major procurement news, trends, and events of 2018.
    Examine the dynamic shifts taking place within global procurement organizations.
    Highlight the top goals, challenges, and objectives for procurement leaders as they continue to advance their organizations in the decade ahead.
    Offer key tips and recommendations for procurement leaders to hit the ground running in 2019.
  • Supply Chain Digitalisation in a Networked World Recorded: Dec 2 2018 36 mins
    Maxim-Carl Legault, Global Director Solution Architecture for the Apps Platform team, Tradeshift
    Unpredictability, hyper-competition and disruptive digital innovation are impacting every industry and business, including yours. The question is: are you ready? Are your systems and processes designed to adapt quickly to change? And if not, what can you do about it to ensure your company isn’t left behind?

    Join us to find out how harnessing platforms, networks and apps will give you the flexibility required to fully digitalise your enterprise and maintain your competitive edge.

    In this webinar you’ll learn how to stay ahead of the competition by finding out:

    - What true digitalisation of your supply chain looks like and how to make this happen
    - Why platforms and networks, not solutions, are the key to your future success
    - How you can do business and customise out-of-the-box supply chain processes
    - How you can use third-party apps or build your own to manage specific challenges around VAT services, risk management, compliance, sustainability and beyond.
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