The last year has been difficult for supply chain professionals. Enterprises, governments and people were completely unprepared for the unprecedented scale and impact of the supply chain disruptions that ensued in the wake of COVID-19.
According to a survey by GEP and The Economist Intelligence Unit, the estimated loss due to global supply chain disruption in 2020 was $4 trillion. That’s more than the GDP of all but a handful of nations. The case for supply chain resilience has never been stronger.
Join Santosh Nair, GEP’s global head of software professional services, as he explores how enterprises can leverage the power of collaboration to build a global supply chain capable of withstanding major disruptive events. Nair delivered these insights at The Economist’s Global Trade Virtual Week 2021.
Key Discussion Points:
- How leading companies are building resilience in their global supply chains
- How supply chain resilience today translates into long-term competitive advantage
- The digital solutions you need for supply chain planning, visibility, collaboration and risk management