The Digital Transformation of Supply Chains Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow

Presented by

Mike Jette, VP Consulting, GEP

About this talk

The events of 2020 catapulted digital supply chain transformation from a discretionary goal to a strategic and immediate business priority. In fact, studies show that many enterprises accelerated their digital transformation programs by three to five years. But is this renewed focus a tactical response — or a fundamental paradigm shift? Watch senior supply chain leaders Danny Antezana from P&G, David Sheldon from Nestlé, and Dirk Holbach from Henkel, as well as GEP’s Mike Jette and The Economist’s Jan Piotrowski, in a webinar — The Digital Transformation of Supply Chains: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow — as they discuss how digital transformation helped their enterprises cope with disruption and where it fits in their future strategy. Key Discussion Points: - How the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated digital transformation - Ways new technologies such as AI, IoT, predictive analytics and digital twins are helping supply chains evolve - What to expect for the long term as we look beyond the pandemic - Learn what’s next and what’s possible with digital supply chain transformation in this forward-thinking discussion.
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