This content was presented during the Supply Chain and Manufacturing track of ASUGFORWARD.
Highly variable demand for goods and services, uncertain supply of critical materials, and constrained labor and resource capacity in manufacturing and logistics are all resulting in critical shortages and interruptions to almost every facet of today’s business environment. As these unparalleled supply chain disruptions continue, organizations of all sizes are trying to cope and recover. But where do we go from here? This session will explore key lessons learned and how supply chains will need to look for ways to protect themselves against unexpected events in the future.
- Martin Barkman – SVP, Global Head of Solution Management, Digital Supply Chain, SAP