Logistics in a Supply Chain Operating Network

May 21, 2015

Cindi Hane, VP of Product Management, is interviewed by Ed Rusch, VP of Marketing, about innovative ways companies are using logistics networking strategies to achieve their goals. By using a Supply Chain Operating Network (SCON) to close the gap on logistics information sharing, companies are able to accelerate the cash-to-cash cycle and achieve end-to-end visibility in their supply chains. Learn why a powerful B2B Network platform, along with business process enablement apps and actionable analytics, is the recipe to ensure success. The challenges of proof of delivery, VAT regulations, and inventory control at trans-shipment points are shared as examples. 

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