The Great Supply Chain Podcast features discussions with supply chain leaders to understand what makes them tick, how they’re pushing the boundaries of the industry, challenging business norms, and reimaging the supply chain to equip their organizations for greatness.
The world of supply chain is anything but boring. Tecsys’ Adam Polka and Bill Denbigh shine a light on logistics by putting a spotlight on the remarkable people who drive it. With over three decades in the supply chain industry, Tecsys is considered a visionary in the industry.
Can Logistics Providers Carry the Torch of Technology Adoption?
Our guest, Matt Gunn, provides sensible insights into the state of logistics, the long-tail impact of COVID, and how supply chain organizations are well-advised to use the lessons of the pandemic to better futureproof their operations.
On Location: What Are the Problems and Possibilities of Robotics-Supported Fulfillment?
As automation technologies cross over from early adopter to mainstream, we investigate emerging use cases, practical applications for robotics in the warehouse and beyond, and some of the unintended inefficiencies that automation and robotics introduced at customer sites in early implementations.
Why Does Everyone in Healthcare Supply Chain Know Hays?
Our guest, Hays Waldrop, captures the national discourse around healthcare supply chain, and conveys the lessons learned, perspectives, strategies, and tactics of major IDN and regional hospital executives alike in this candid and thoughtful exchange.
The MODEX Episode: How are Supply Chains Adapting to E-commerce Expectations?
Featuring Nabil Malouli, digital supply chain evangelist and VP of Global E-commerce at DHL, this special extended episode gives a glimpse into the changing e-commerce order profile, omnichannel fulfillment strategies, micro-fulfillment and hyperlocal fulfillment, and its impact on the evolving role of third-party logistics providers.
Who Is Responsible for Customer Experience: The Retailer or The 3PL?
In this episode, we chat with retail expert and vice president of Industry and Advanced Technology at Tecsys, Guy Courtin, to explore what convergence means for the world of 3PL, distributors, retailers, and customer satisfaction as we know it. The way brands, retailers and their 3PL partners respond to these changes will determine the future of the relationship they have with their customers.
Are Agility and Sustainability Still Just Buzzwords? We Ask Two “Supply Chain Pros to Know”
In this episode, we chat with Meredith Levknecht, Application Services manager, and Cory Turner CMRP, senior director Healthcare Strategy, at Tecsys, about how the theme of sustainability and agility has shifted from rhetoric to reality across the country.