The recession prompted by COVID-19 has disrupted business operations across the country, and this disruption is not just a phase. Businesses must define new business models as we continue to face issues like changing customer expectations and buying behaviors, fragile supply chains, challenges of remote work, updated health and safety requirements, and managing employee retention.
A modern data culture, complete with an updated data strategy and infrastructure, is the determining factor for your ability to make quick, informed decisions in an unpredictable and rapidly changing business landscape.
In this interactive webinar, our expert panelists (meet them below!) will share their unique advice on:
-Three types of analytics that should drive your recovery efforts: Supply Chain, Customer Behavior, and HR Analytics
-Using your data to uncover and recognize emerging business opportunities
-The pieces of a modern data culture you need to enable data-driven decision making
One of the many risks that face manufacturing and distribution companies is ensuring that they have the necessary supplies to maintain operations. Visibility into your supply chain can help to mitigate the risk of critical supplies and services. See how you can identify categories of risk, create contingency plans, and monitor the strength of you supply chain using our Supply Chain Analytics application.
During this webinar, our spend analytics and procurement expert will show you how the Supply Chain Analytics application can help you:
-Determine which categories of supplies may be at risk
-Identify who is supplying your plants/locations with critical supplies
-Source supplies from your own eco-system who could be viable options if your supply chain is disrupted
-Visualize the geographic origin of your supplies to determine risk from localized events
This webinar will include a walk though of the application, how to use the application, how to get your data into the application, as well as how you can obtain the application at no cost.
Cloud-based solutions for your data and analytics assets are the key to business continuity while you face issues like physical access restrictions, economic pressures, and unpredictable usage patterns.
Moving to the cloud is more important than ever, and we have advice on how to migrate quickly with minimal disruption to your business.
Learn how to build a case for BI that is supported by ROI figures. Using real-world examples ranging from simple reporting solutions to architecture upgrades and enterprise-wide implementations, we can tell you how our customers are quantifying their success.