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A Conversation With Jon Monroe

Wednesday, 1 March

9:00 am - 9:45 am (PST) / 01/mar/2023 05:00 pm - 01/mar/2023 05:45 pm

As businesses embraced the digital revolution over the last decade, many elements in the supply chain workflow have been streamlined and new pathways created, connecting a notoriously fractured industry in ways that couldn’t have been imagined before. Whether it is the rise of ecommerce and last-mile delivery, the growing prominence of big data and analytics and a revolution in supply chain visibility, progress is undoubtedly being made rapidly. However, many problems from the past continue to plague the industry. Large areas of the supply chain continue to be inefficient and manual intensive for shippers and logistics service providers. The challenge for our industry is one of streamlining the flow of information, documents, and communication, so that we can deliver on the promise of innovation, in this brave new digital age.

This webinar will examine the current frustrations within the industry and examine how we can advance even faster to a digitally led but human-assisted environment, where data, tech, and AI take center stage to realize even better business outcomes.

The Journal of Commerce is joined by executives from WNS in this webinar to discuss how shipping and logistics companies can rethink, reimagine, and reform the complete ecosystem in this new normal.

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