November 01, 2017

It’s nearly impossible to navigate a supply chain career without experiencing a supplier disruption at some point. Supplier disruptions come in many forms and range in severity

At best, a supplier disruption forces manufacturers (a.k.a., brand owners) to order materials from a secondary supplier for a brief period.  At worst, supplier disruptions halt production for extended periods and can even threaten to shutter a business.

Because of their potentially catastrophic consequences, most organizations develop and adopt supplier risk strategies. Traditional supplier risk management strategies involve surveys that are distributed by brand owners to their Tier 1 suppliers.

Download this education series to learn how digital supply chains help companies to mitigate supplier risk

  • What are some supplier disruptions

  • What are traditional supplier risk management strategies

  • How risk mitigation at best should be about prevention, or at worst, rapid response.

  • How digital supply chain solutions help organizations dynamically discover their N-Tier supplier networks

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