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.
DOM is the Heartbeat of Your Network
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 customer will become more important than simply the cost to fulfill.
Manufacturing and the Multi-Enterprise Supply Chain Network
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 network to meet their customers’ needs.
Burton Snowboards: How the supply chain scores them a 10 in the winter games
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: The Evolution of a Revolution
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 connectivity. Guy Courtin and Jenny Reese join in to offer their thoughts on the road ahead.
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 laws might throw their way, and whether the right mix of technology, innovation, and inventory might help keep the supply chain safe.
But what about all those returns?
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 much as $550 billion by 2020. And perhaps no part of the business will bear the burden more than the supply chain. In this episode, SEKO Logistics’ Brian Bourke and David Schulhof of Red Hot Penny join Matt Gunn to discuss the rising challenge of returns and the future of reverse logistics.
Best Supply Chain Podcast
These guys know there stuff. I always look forward to there podcasts and it has helped me keep up with the latest trends in supply chain technology. I am junior in one of the top supply chain programs. I really appreciate this podcast because they share real life experiences supply chain professionals face. Keep up the great work!
Experts on all things supply chain & logistics
They're podcasts have extremely insightful dialogue on major trends and topics in the supply chain world. They have interviews with major brands (like TOMS, Lenovo & more) and several big influencers. Great podcast 👍🏻