Predicting the Unknown in Your Supply Chain

Jan. 27, 2021
Jack Payne and Dave Lechleitner offer advice on how to better understand predictive analytics and their relationship to the food and beverage supply chain.

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The coronavirus pandemic opened many people's eyes to the importance and the complexity of supply chain dynamics. In the early months, businesses watched as links within the supply chain broke down. Typically built for speed and efficiency, the food and beverage supply chain in particular was hit hard.

How can companies prepare for potential supply chain breakdowns in the future? Enter Predictive Analytics

In this webinar presentation, Jack Payne,Solution Consulting Director, Aptean Food and Beverage ERP; and Dave Lechleitner, Senior Consultant, Ultra Consultants discussed how to mitigate disruption in the food and beverage supply chain through a better understanding of predictive analytics.

They talk about how to future-proof your organization to ensure you're ready for what’s next as well as share three predictions that will impact the food industry over the next five years.

To learn more, be sure to download our Predictive Analytics webinar.

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