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Principal, Advisory/Customer and Operations, KPMG US
Principal, Advisory/Supply Chain Leader, KPMG US
Principal, Advisory Procurement & Outsourcing Advisory, KPMG US
National Consulting Leader, Consumer &Retail, KPMG LLP
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Winning in the digital economy
Pivot or perish? Supply chains must become customer-centric, demand-driven and automated.
The procurement function must develop new capabilities to stay in front of change.
Building the business case for vendor managed inventory
Spending shifts due to COVID-19 have widened the divide between digital haves
and have nots.
Explore the benefits of an integrated system that combines warehouse management and warehouse control.
Supply chain transformation in a post-COVID-19 world
Understand the impacts on the entire value chain so that you don't subject yourself to unnecessary risk from COVID-19.
A high level profile of tax considerations
Explore what organizations can do to mitigate the business impact of COVID-19
COVID-19 and the acceleration of economic nationalism
What the COVID-19 response teaches for supply chains
Explore threats and opportunities in a data-driven world with expanding trade routes.
Predictive analytics in procurement
How companies are using AI to create next generation supply chains
Blockchain technology can help assure consumers that the product they receive is precisely the product they agreed to purchase.
Future-ready supply chains use intelligent automation to help reduce administrative burdens, deliver insights and inform decision-making.
How companies are leveraging commerce-powered business models to compete
Successful supply chain organizations of the future will adopt a technology-enabled, data-powered, insight-driven approach, and invest in recruiting top talent.
Stop waiting to future proof your procurement function. Start orchestrating supplier ecosystems.
Stay ahead of change. Transform to a modern way of working that brings greater value to the business.
Five steps for companies preparing to build a digital supply chain strategy
KPMG's approach to strengthening clients’ S&OP, commercial and financial planning activities was noted as achieving desired objectives.
KPMG was recognized as a best-in-class provider and innovator in procurement and supply chain.
A practical guide on designing and operating supply chains for a digital world.
Technology optimization and change management to improve strategic, tactical, and operational supply chain processes
A trio of advisors from KPMG's US, UK and Australian firms explore the benefits of and processes for using digital solutions to reshape the way supply chains operate.
Depending on how an organization's bots are acquired, developed and deployed, they could create tax advantage.
For efficiency, savings and meeting customer requirements, apply analytics to your distribution, logistics and transportation processes.