Global supply chains are facing an unprecedented degree of volatility, uncertainty and complexity in the marketplace and geopolitical sphere. With the advent of AI, risk management is evolving to translate event monitoring, analysis and prediction into actionable mitigation, opportunity and negotiation strategies for sourcing professionals.
Watch the webinar for a review of how best in class companies are using AI to operationalize their approach to risk management and thrive on volatility.
Global trade risks are intensifying as tariffs, trade conflicts, and changes in trade relationships take center stage.
Unidentified risks result in inflated inventories, larger teams, and unexpected costs.
The situation is becoming untenable. There is simply no way to meet the challenge by operating with yesterday’s tools.
The solution is Cognitive Sourcing. Big data processing allows for real-time supply chain monitoring and AI-augmented insights and recommendations that allow you to react more quickly. Watch the webinar to find out more.
Richard Barnett, LevaData’s SVP of Marketing & Alliances, believes that a customer’s success is his success. Over his twenty-year career, he’s worked for both scrappy start-ups, supply chain innovators like i2 Technologies and GT Nexus, and tech luminaries like Microsoft. He is passionate about driving massive performance improvements through the latest in AI technologies. Richard has dual degrees from Stanford University in Political Science and International Policy Studies.
Resilinc’s Managing Director has more than 30 years of experience as a sales and marketing leader, technologist, solution strategist, and solution advisor at other firms such as KPMG, Ariba, Aravo, CVM Solutions, Salesforce.com, and Oracle.
He has authored numerous articles and blogs on sourcing, procurement, supplier management, and supply chain risk and has been recognized as a “Pro to Know” by Supply & Demand Chain Executive.
Jon has a MS in Information Management from Stevens Institute of Technology and a BS in Business from Monmouth University.