Challenges and Trends in Supply Chain Visibility

July 8, 2021

After experiencing major supplier disruptions over the last few years, companies worldwide now recognize the need to prepare for risk and resilience alike in their supply chains. In order to adapt to an unpredictable world, companies must minimize risk while still planning to face and overcome disruptions. 

Of course, no company operates in a vacuum, or has a perfect supply chain — even the biggest companies need to learn and improve. Any company looking to evolve its supply chain strategy can benefit from seeing how others have responded to ongoing global supply chain disruptions. Granted, some industries are more regulated than others, and it’s important to understand how external regulation (or its absence) changes the way supply chain issues play out. 

While every industry is different, some notable common trends have emerged. For example, AI and machine learning both play a key role in helping many companies gain better visibility into their supply chains. Another major trend is the need for C-suite executives and managers to align their viewpoints and goals regarding the supply chain. 

Answer Key Questions About Supply Chain Risk and Resilience with This On-Demand Webinar

In this free-to-view on-demand webinar, join Lori Mitchell-Keller, Global Head of Industry Solutions at Google Cloud, and Jennifer Bisceglie, founder and CEO of Interos, as they review the steps industries have taken to respond to supply chain disruption, their approaches to risk and resilience, and the drive for supply chain visibility.
During the discussion they will address many questions, including:

1.     Which industries are most impacted by disruption and which have been most proactive in their response?
2.     What risk and resilience technologies and strategies are businesses leveraging?
3.     How are regulated and deregulated industries each approaching disruption?
4.     Will the drive for visibility produce better results this time around?
5.     How do C-suite and management relationships impact risk and resilience?

Attendees will come away with a better understanding of what technologies and organizational processes are helping companies to improve visibility and mitigate disruptions. From there, attendees can assess their organizations’ supply chains and devise plans of their own.

You can view the webinar by clicking on this link. To learn more about the Interos platform, visit

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