In this webcast, panelists talk about the reinvention of supply chain.
With the average life-span of a Fortune 500 company less than 18 years, business leaders must take bold actions now to reinvent the supply chain
Disruption is everywhere — from explosions in technology gains, social and economic change, to an increasingly fickle consumer. Combatting this disruption requires significant change, forcing a shift from mass production down to a supply chain of one.
A recent EY supply chain survey showed that 52% of customers are increasingly demanding products designed to their specific needs, such as medicine, apparel, autos and more. Supporting the shift to individualized products means that the supply chain must be redesigned in terms of infrastructure, applications, information, material flow and overall governance.
Join EY on a live webcast to discuss:
- Disruptors driving supply chain reinvention in various industries, such as life sciences and consumer/retail
- How supply chain performance can literally be the difference between patient sickness and wellness
- Whether brands will matter when AI does most of the ordering
- How our “after work” (5:00 p.m.–9:00 p.m.) experiences with consumer-based companies are changing expectations of how we expect firms to run during business hours
- How to plan for your future supply chain when customer needs keep evolving
Asaf Adler, Americas Supply Chain Senior Manager, Health Sciences and Wellness (Ernst & Young LLP)
Kathy Gramling, Principal, Americas Consumer Industry Leader (Ernst & Young LLP)
Parag Jategaonkar, Americas Supply Chain Consumer Leader (Ernst & Young LLP)
Sean Harapko, Americas Supply Chain Reinvention Solution Leader (Ernst & Young LLP)