Commercial Business

Building Adaptive Fulfillment Networks for Increased Resiliency & Efficiencies

Keeping pace with increasingly complex and rapidly changing distribution channels has never been more demanding. From the video below, discover how location intelligence empowers supply and logistics managers with real-time insights into global networks, flow of goods, market shifts and emerging risks. See how unifying data from disparate operational systems and external sources (traffic, weather, climate, risk) can deliver actionable data to speed decisions in response to disruptions and grow new market potential.

Leading organizations are applying geospatial insights to adapt and seize new market opportunities. The video will help you learn how spatially enabled businesses meet their corporate responsibility by:

The video listed above is part 3 of our 4 part webinar series on Business Resilience. The final webinar in our installment is scheduled to air on October 13th. If you would like to learn more and register, please visit the registration page.

About the author

Cindy Elliott heads Esri’s commercial industry marketing team. She helps to shape the role of geospatial analytics within the manufacturing industry related to new market analysis, supply chain operations, and advanced services. For more than fifteen years, Cindy has worked with global manufacturers and enterprise class technology companies to influence customer-focused business transformation. Her work has been pivotal in building awareness for location technology’s ability to meet the growing complexities in global networks. Cindy is an advisory member of the USC Marshall Center Global Supply Chain Management Program (MCGSCM) and of the TCU Neeley School of Business Center for Supply Chain Innovation (CSCI), and is an established thought leader on the digital supply network and manufacturers’ advanced services. She earned a master’s degree in international management from the Thunderbird Graduate School and completed Harvard Business School’s Program for Leadership Development.

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