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Supply chain management solutions from IBM deliver supply chain planning and execution capabilities across the extended enterprise, enabling companies to anticipate, control and react to demand and supply volatility within the supply chain. Managing how and where you fulfill orders, how much inventory you should store where, and the planning and execution of your shipments to meet customer commitments. IBM provides the ability to understand, manage and direct the supply chain in order to make the supply chain smarter.

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The Circular Supply Chain with Lisa Dender, Global Lead for Product Chemical Regulations at IBM
Listen in as Rosemary Coates and Lisa Dender, Global Leader at IBM, discuss the circular economy and the new REACH regulations. Rosemary Coates, Executive Director of the Reshoring Institute, hosts this episode of The Frictionless Supply Chain.

Talking Supply Chain Podcast: On the Road at MHI with Noelle Russell
On this episode, we visit with Noelle Russell, an AI executive with IBM and the founder of the AI Leadership Institute. She discusses the promise of AI and the metaverse in the supply chain as well as how we can use technology to build inclusive communities. SCMR’s Editorial Director Bob Trebilcock hosts.

Cultivating Relentless Supply Chain Agility at IBM
The technology giant has spent several years building a cognitive supply chain that embraces an agile culture of innovation, focuses on client needs and successes, and leverages exponential technologies to deliver greater value - it’s a model for any organization building agile capabilities.

The Retail Supply Chain is Hot Hot Hot
Amid shortages and disruptions, e-commerce orders are on fire at the same time as brick-and-mortar sales are heating up. Retailers are looking to technology and innovative strategies to keep up.

The Rebound Podcast: We’re Going to Need a Bigger Boat?
Listen in as IBM’s Ben Amaba discusses the role of technology in a new risk management tool.

New IBM study addresses trucking’s future through a digital transformation
The study’s key findings highlight just how much the digital transformation in trucking will impact the industry in the future.

JOANN Stores masters ship-from-store, pickup-in-store & curbside pickup during a pandemic
Confronted with a surge in online orders, the nation’s leader in fabric and craft supplies leveraged its stores to keep the fabric flowing. The challenges it mastered provide a roadmap for e-fulfillment in the future.

Canadian Pacific announces its entry into TradeLens
CP officials said that this open-API platform will provide CP’s intermodal shippers with the ability to create, amend and share documents with other supply chain participants, including consignees, beneficial cargo owners, customs agencies, dray operators and steamship lines.

GS1 US, FoodLogiQ, IBM Food Trust, and SAP complete food traceability proof of concept
Project to define and validate industry data requirements before exploring use cases leveraging traceability standards and any industry-specific requirements to enable interoperability at that stage.

IBM steps up to battle COVID-19 medical supply chain shortages
As part of IBM’s approach to combating COVID-19 with technology solutions that enable more trustworthy information, accelerated discovery, resiliency and adaptation, the company today announced IBM Rapid Supplier Connect, a blockchain-based network designed to help government agencies and healthcare organizations identify new, non-traditional suppliers who have pivoted to address the shortage of equipment, devices and supplies needed for COVID-19 relief efforts.

New IBM report examines how to leverage technology to counter pandemic disruption
In this exclusive interview, Jonathan Wright, Global Head Cognitive Process Re-engineering at IBM, shares his views on how companies should use technology to leverage emerging patterns during disruption, helping them prepare for future events.

COVID-19 and Shattered Supply Chains + Action Guide
This report takes a deep dive into how COVID-19 has driven home the need to reduce global supply chain vulnerabilities through intelligent workflows, additionally, it provides details on how the global community must come together to face the coronavirus disease crisis.

How to Leverage Technology to Counter COVID-19 Pandemic Supply Chain Disruptions
In this exclusive interview, Jonathan Wright, Global Head Cognitive Process Re-engineering at IBM, shares his views on a new report on how companies should use technology to leverage emerging patterns during supply chain disruptions.

Other Voices: IBM assesses COVID-19 and shattered supply chains
Intelligent workflows challenge siloed processes, uncovering efficiencies across a network of processes and partners.

Other Voices: Optimizing visibility in the supply chain with 5G and edge computing
Digitally connecting and automating processes on the edge extends the reach and visibility of supply chains by dividing processes into sets of smaller, more manageable actions.

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