Will Automotive and Industrial Manufacturing Supply Chains Adapt Fast or Fail?

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Paths to Creating Resilient Supply Chains

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David Strauss, Global Director Strategy and Partnership Development, E2open

David Strauss
AVP, Enterprise Solutions & Strategy

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Deepak Mavatoor

Deepak Mavatoor
Managing Partner, Head of Supply Chain and Plant Operations, Auto and Industrial Manufacturing

Tata Consultancy Service

Almost all global businesses have been subject to the shock waves of COVID-19, and more recently the Suez Canal blockage. While some sectors have grappled with an unprecedented demand surge, many other sectors including travel, automotive, and some industrial segments have struggled to keep their lights on.

However, there is one common denominator: a chaotic supply and demand situation characterized by extensive volatility and lack of supply chain visibility. In the wake of these events, supply chain executives are deliberating on how to create resiliency in their global supply chains. At face value, this quest for resiliency is diametrically opposed to the industry’s decade-long striving for efficiency and just-in-time perfection.

Watch this truly inspiring and impactful discussion, as experts from Tata Consultancy Services and E2open share experiences, challenges, and best practices to be successful in the journey to supply chain resiliency and get ready to tackle disruptive events.

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