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Tune in to conversations on cloud technology, collaborative networks, and supply chain innovation with insights from the industry's most well-versed professionals. Topics will include supply chain visibility, finance, transportation and logistics, B2B networks, data quality, planning & execution, and global commerce best practices.
 
Healthcare Supply Chain Radio is brought to you by The Journal of Healthcare Contracting. Join us each week as Publisher John Pritchard is joined by a thought leader from the US Healthcare Supply Chain. Healthcare Supply Chain Radio will explore progressive tactics, models and collaborations seen in today’s Healthcare Supply Chain. You can expect to hear from leaders from our nation’s most progressive IDNs, Hospitals, GPOs, Distributors and Regional Collaboratives. The stakes have never been ...
 
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Host: John Pritchard, Publisher, The Journal of Healthcare Contracting (JHC) Participants: • Angela McNally, Vice President of Provider Solutions, Owens & Minor • Patrick McMahon, Vice President of Services, Owens & Minor As the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the world, many hospitals quickly stockpiled supplies they had never sourced before, and n…
 
As states begin to lift restrictions on certain surgeries and procedures for hospitals and health systems, electives have restarted after being suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic. John Raab and Patrick McMahon of Owens & Minor, and Mark Campbell of Tampa General Hospital discuss the supply chain and demand challenges for hospitals during the re…
 
This podcast will look at the future of how order management will evolve from simply executing orders to truly optimizing how to best serve your customer. Listen as Guy Courtin and Tim Nelson discuss what to anticipate with the evolution of order management: next generation optimization rather than simply execution of orders. The cost to serve a cu…
 
In this podcast, Infor’s Guy Courtin and Christine Barnhart discuss how manufacturers are adopting learnings from B2C supply chains to be more responsive to end customer needs. From AI and machine learning to greater digitization of the supply chain, modern manufacturers must become more nimble and responsive—creating a true multi-enterprise networ…
 
In this episode, Guy Courtin speaks with Rachel Grogan of Burton Snowboards to discuss how the winter sports giant leverages its supply chain in today’s consumer-led world. As Burton faces challenges from planning to supplier collaboration to sustainability, it’s the supply chain they count on to score that perfect 10.…
 
Supply chain has come a long way in the nine years and nearly 180 episodes since Supply Chain Radio began. And while some roads end, many others continue to grow. In Matt Gunn’s final episode as host of Supply Chain Radio, we take a look back at the evolution of supply chain since this show began, while looking forward to a bright future of global …
 
After several years and much debate, Great Britain is on the brink of leaving the European Union. And while politicians are still pursuing a final deal on Brexit, manufacturers and retailers are planning for the worst. In this episode, Matt Gunn and Guy Courtin take a look at how businesses are preparing for any unexpected curve these new trade law…
 
Customers want it fast, they want it free, and they want it cheap. And when the order isn’t quite right, they often want to send it back. Especially in the world of e-commerce. While online shopping has been a boon to brands, retailers, and consumers alike, it also has a dark side: returns. By some estimates, returns will cost U.S. companies as muc…
 
The process of managing a product’s lifecycle has come a long way since the days of Excel spreadsheets. Or has it? In this episode, Stan Pryzbylinski, vice president of research at CIMdata joins Matt Gunn and Jenny Reese to discuss how PLM software has evolved in the world of manufacturing, and how its role in keeping teams across the supply chain …
 
To err is human. To keep the global supply chain running, divine. Supply chain risk isn’t limited to black swan events like fires, floods and hurricanes. Many of the challenges businesses face are the result of human factors as well. Whether it’s something caused internally, or big changes to policies and regulations (Brexit, U.S.-China tariffs, et…
 
Nine times out of 10, consumers buy things for a reason. Whether putting together an outfit for a special occasion, or planning a DIY project at home, there’s generally some context within the buyer’s journey. But that context isn’t often reflected in stores or e-commerce, where product locations and assortments don’t always reflect a customer’s in…
 
Everywhere you look, the supply chain is ripe for innovation. And as age-old challenges inspire new thinking about products, process, and labor, a new generation of technologists bring fresh ideas to the plate. In this episode, Forge CEO Stacey Ferreira, Simplista CEO Evan Silver, and retired GT Nexus founder Kurt Cavano join Matt Gunn to talk abou…
 
How will you manage your global supply chain now and in the future? Heidi Benko joins Guy Courtin to discuss the evolution of digital technology, multi-enterprise supply chain networks, and what happens when artificial intelligence meets the physical and financial flow of goods.על ידי Boris Felgendreher
 
A pioneer in multi-enterprise supply chain business networks, Kurt Cavano has spent much of his career reshaping how businesses manage global trade. On his retirement from Infor GT Nexus, Cavano sat down with Matt Gunn to reflect on how far technology has come in the last 20 years, and to look ahead to what’s next for the industry.…
 
After a year that saw unexpected innovations, disruptions, and new policies and tariffs, can we truly predict what’s ahead for the global supply chain in 2019? We’ll certainly try. In the final episode of 2018, Matt Gunn and Guy Courtin gaze into the crystal ball to gauge what the near future will bring to the world of supply chain, and whether bus…
 
Most businesses only have access to about 20% of the data in their supply chains. What about the rest? The other 80% is locked away in the systems of the suppliers, trading partners, and other stakeholders enterprises rely on to make and move their goods. In this episode, GT Nexus’ Dave Morgan joins Guy Courtin to discuss what happens when enterpri…
 
Journal of Commerce editor Eric Johnson returns to Supply Chain Radio to discuss the International Maritime Organization's new maritime emissions rules and their potential effect on the global supply chain when the regulations go into effect in 2020.על ידי Boris Felgendreher
 
New tariffs, Brexit, escalating trade tensions. There's no shortage of drama in the global supply chain. In this episode, American Shipper Editor Ben Meyer joins Guy Courtin to discuss a supply chain in flux, and how big businesses are working to keep the supply chain rolling in turbulent times.על ידי Boris Felgendreher
 
For manufacturers, strong supplier relationships and a technology backbone that supports visibility and collaboration in the supply chain are critical. Bray International Global ERP Director Giuseppe Robbiano joins Matt Gunn to discuss how his company is leveraging modern technology to manage inventory, build stronger supplier connections, leverage…
 
Digital transformation has been a common buzzword in the enterprise world for several years. But what does that really mean? And how can digital transformation of the supply chain elevate it from a back office function into a competitive advantage for businesses? Bernie Desmarais and Matt Simonsen join Matt Gunn to define terms and discuss how tech…
 
A decades old technology, EDI has long provided an electronic link between businesses and suppliers. But while supply chain collaboration tools have evolved, many businesses still use EDI the same way. Orderful CEO Erik Kiser joins Matt Gunn and Guy Courtin to discuss how he's working to evolve the space.…
 
The third-party logistics industry lives and dies by its ability to provide top-notch supply chain services to its customers. In this episode of Supply Chain Radio, Vickie Burton, head of implementation and systems, global supply chain solutions at CEVA Logistics joins Matt Gunn and Mike Riegler to discuss how her company combines supply chain expe…
 
Supply chain management has evolved, and today organizations increasingly collaborate with their broader ecosystem via fully-connected business networks. In this episode, Bryan Nella joins Matt Gunn to discuss the network effect and explore what's on the horizon as more enterprises use their supply chain data to predict the future.…
 
Cost, complexity and increasing trade tensions have businesses rethinking the breadth of their supply chains. Matt Gunn and Guy Courtin discuss a recent report detailing the move toward greater localization, and take a look at the technologies enterprises rely on to adapt to the changing boundaries of business.…
 
One of the first topics we ever covered on Supply Chain Radio was the Internet of Things. We examined its promise and imagined what it could do for supply chains. Now, three years later, we ask the uncomfortable question, "So, where is this going?" Listen as Suhas Sreedhar and Matt Gunn discuss the state of ultra-hyped technologies like IoT and blo…
 
As the retail industry adapts to shifting consumer habits and the increasing demands of online order fulfillment, the role of stores continues to change. In this episode, Suhas Sreedhar and Matt Gunn discuss Sam's Club's novel plan to repurpose shuttered stores as e-commerce fulfillment centers. Will the new spin on warehouse superstores work?…
 
Legendary denim supplier Cone Mills recently ceased operations at its White Oak plant, leaving a massive hole in the American fashion industry. And as brands work through the factory's final rolls of denim, they must also look for new suppliers to fill the void. The supply chain is built on an ecosystem of brands, factories, suppliers, banks, and c…
 
Ten years ago, the Tesla Roadster hit the streets. It didn’t just bring back electric cars from the dead, it made them sexy. Tesla helped spur a new era of the automotive industry where sensors, AI, and apps intersect with electric drivetrains to create a truly 21st century mode of transportation. But recently, Tesla’s production and quality issues…
 
Companies face a series of difficult decisions as a trade war between the United States and China sets in. Especially those who are currently planning ahead for another busy holiday season. In this episode, Guy Courtin joins Matt Gunn to continue the conversation about the escalating trade friction between two leading economies, and examine the nex…
 
The United States and China have escalated trade tensions with a series of new tariffs aimed at key industries and products, throwing the global supply chain into a state of uncertainty. In this episode, Matt Gunn and Suhas Sreedhar explore the effects of trade wars and other disruptions on the supply chain, and discuss how businesses are positioni…
 
Procure-to-pay automation (P2P) saves money on operations. But automating indirect procurement (buying things like pens and paper) is very different from automating direct procurement (the fabrics, electronics, and ingredients that go into your products). In this episode, host Suhas Sreedhar talks to solution consultant Steve Ontiveros about the un…
 
Is the supply chain really a chain at all? Bob Ferrari of Supply Chain Matters joins Guy Courtin to discuss the forces that have driven supply chain into a new age of connected networks, and what's on the horizon as all businesses leverage new technology to get closer to the consumer and reach new markets.…
 
From the first mile to the last mile, consumers and the rise of digital technology are transforming the entire supply chain. And from their position as one of the last stops between manufacturers and retailers (not to mention end consumers), warehouses are ripe for innovation. Stacie Immesberger joins Guy Courtin to discuss the evolution of warehou…
 
If you distilled the impact of every recent tech disruption to one key takeaway, you could say the result was choice. More choice, for the buyer, for the seller. As technologies like IoT and blockchain enter the logistics space, the result will be more choice; from the ways you can optimize your routes, to how you can utilize your assets, 24/7. In …
 
Businesses are navigating an ocean of data, often without a map. Especially those in e-commerce, where customers readily provide information about location, pricing, and demand -- all of which have an impact on the supply chain. In this episode, Matt Gunn and Jenny Reese Potter speak with Toolkite's Jordan Roper about building a better map for a se…
 
Operations and technology collide! Matt Gunn and Guy Courtin recap Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference 2018, where they covered everything from the state of digital transformation to the inner working’s of Heineken’s adoption of next-gen technology in this week’s episode of Supply Chain Radio.על ידי Boris Felgendreher
 
The search for a software solution to your supply chain problems can sometimes feel like an ordeal out of a Tolkien novel. Part of the problem is that the buying process for software is a direct reflection of the complexity of the supply chain itself--there are a lot of people to please. In this episode, Brittany Brown, Suhas Sreedhar, and Matt Gun…
 
In this episode, George Weise who served as Commissioner of US Customs, joins Greg Kefer to discuss global supply chains, the current regulatory environment, and technology. Excellence in Global Trade Management and compliance are vital if companies are to avoid disruptions, fines, and potential legal action caused by failing to adhere to the array…
 
Eight out of 10 consumers expect to receive regular updates about the status of their orders, according to a new survey from YouGov and the Infor GT Nexus Commerce Network. In this episode of Supply Chain Radio, Matt Gunn and Greg Kefer dive into the data and discuss why supply chain visibility is more important than ever.…
 
That produce on the shelves? Not always the freshest stuff around. By the time most food reaches the grocery store, it might already be several weeks old. And just how much shelf life remains? It's anyone's guess. Matt Schwartz, CEO of Afresh aims to make the food supply chain smarter, and reduce food waste and stock-outs along the way. He joins Ma…
 
From snacks and groceries, to razors and fashion, there's a subscription box for just about everything. As more consumers opt-in to receiving new goodies each month, it's created an entirely new opportunity to introduce new products and build brand loyalty. But as you'd expect, the supply chain plays a significant role in ensuring these products ge…
 
The more things change, the more the grocery industry stays the same. But in an increasingly digital world, where consumers want personalized service delivered right to their door, could groceries soon go digital? Pradeep Elankumaran is betting the farm on it. The founder and CEO of Farmstead joins Supply Chain Radio to discuss how AI and the perso…
 
In this episode we talk to Michael DeLuca. Michael DeLuca has been involved in supply chain systems and e-business integrations in the healthcare, manufacturing, software and consulting services sectors for the last 17 years. He is currently an Executive Vice President at Prodigo Solutions Inc. In this role, DeLuca leads the Operations side of the …
 
The race to digitally transform is on. 3PLs play a vital role in helping their customers run supply chains by providing scale, services and technology at the global and local level. Companies now prioritize IT capabilities from their partners. In this episode, Ron Park and Greg Kefer talk about how 3PLs have evolved to meet their customer’s digital…
 
Artificial intelligence is the new black. Or so it would seem. But will AI reinvent the way the world does business, or is it merely a buzzworthy topic that's captured the minds of consumers and technologists alike? Guy Courtin joins Matt Gunn to discuss the rise of the machines and debate whether this growing technology will change business in the…
 
There's a lot of inefficiency in the supply chain, and no lack of ideas on how to streamline global logistics. For many shippers, third-party logistics providers (3PLs) play a vital role in connecting shippers to transportation and warehousing services in order to keep the supply chain running smoothly. But as emerging technologies and new entrants…
 
The pace of digital change accelerating. Particularly in the retail industry, where high consumer expectations have a direct impact on sourcing and fulfillment. In this episode, Jess Dankert, Vice President of Supply Chain at the Retail Industry Leaders Association joins Matt Gunn to discuss the effect of digital transformation, and why supply chai…
 
The explosion of connected devices has immense potential to transform the way companies monitor and control supply chains. Real time, always-on information from devices and 3rd party sources can enrich the supply chain picture, but real value comes when it’s tied to inventory and orders. In this episode, Greg Kefer and John Nadvornik discuss how co…
 
Consumer products manufacturers want a supply chain you can set your watch to. They rely on strong forecasting and consistent operations to protect margins and make sure their products are always available on store shelves. But new business models and e-commerce giants like Amazon have begun to change the relationship with these manufacturers and e…
 
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