95% of Fortune 1000 companies are experiencing supply chain disruptions, making Supply Chain Risk Management a top priority in procurement. The incidents such as natural calamities and geo-political disturbances bring with them cost volatility, delivery fallbacks and non-compliance fines, causing businesses to lose millions. Businesses are thus forced to adapt by sourcing closer to home and re-evaluating new suppliers and in the process lose both time and money. Companies need to develop a responsive and resilient plan to handle short-term and long-term impacts.
The panel of sourcing experts will discuss how they are meeting such challenges.