On-demand Webinar

Factory of the Future

Episode 1: Realigning the links of the disconnected supply chain

Uncover some of the underlying causes of ongoing supply chain disruptions and how ERP can help

It’s not unusual for supply chains to be under constant stress. A winter storm, hurricane, labor strike in a critical industry or a sudden change in government policy can play havoc with how supply chains function. It has always been this way.

Of course, the pandemic and regional instability in Ukraine has exaggerated the situation. But now, the market is massively stretched, demand is at unprecedented levels, capacity is at record lows, and there is a sense of urgency to get things back on track.

In this on-demand webinar, SYSPRO’s industry experts unpack some of the key supply chain pain points across the Americas, EMEA and APAC and discuss solutions for manufacturing and distribution industries to thrive into the future. The webinar also unpacks the key findings of SYSPRO’s latest research survey entitled, ‘Realigning the links of the disconnected supply chain’.

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Balance is key. We believe that businesses should be considering improved connectedness with external stakeholders to ensure real time information for improved business decision making.
Roger Landman – Head of Product Management
Webinar Host

Our webinar guests share a vast amount of knowledge and expertise

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Roger Franklin

Senior Solutions Architect
SYSPRO Australasia

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Laura Ramsay

VP of Marketing
SYSPRO Canada

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Matthew Gordan

Product Manager:
SYSPRO Corporate

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Johan Du Toit

Strategic Sales & Channel Development Executive
SYSPRO Africa

Four key themes uncovered in the Research Report:

Disconnect

Disconnect between the investment in internal efficiencies and external collaboration

Misalignment

Digital strategies not aligned to execution

Competitive Disadvantage

Supply chains do not have competitive advantage

Customer Centricity

The customer is placed at the end of the supply chain, and not at the centre