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The Future of Supply Chain in the Cloud

Larry Simcox
Sr. Director

- Webcast on Thursday, August 18 at 1:00 pm Eastern Time / 10:00 am Pacific Time

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Companies are looking to move more and more of their Supply Chain IT infrastructure over to the Cloud. Inspirage recently undertook a major research study to specifically understand how these trends are playing out in the Supply Chain Management space.

Join me and Mo Khurana from Inspirage to review the key findings from the market research study “The Future of Supply Chain in the Cloud” and we will address the following questions:

  • What are the key challenges supply chain leaders face today?
  • How are supply chain business and IT executives thinking about the cloud to address these challenges?
  • In which areas are businesses adopting cloud solutions today? What is their strategy for the next 3 – 5 years?
  • What concerns do they have that would prevent them from leveraging cloud technologies?

If you attend the webcast you will also receive a free copy of the market research report “The Future of Supply Chain in the Cloud” published by Inspirage and learn more about how security, ease of integration and reducing costs emerged as top concerns when considering a move to the Cloud.

Register now for this webcast!

You may also find these previous blog articles interesting:

Market Study: The Future of SCM in the Cloud

Supply Chain Trends and Opportunities Webcast - August 2nd

Webcast: Modern CPG Supply Chain Management in the Cloud

Webcast: Modern High Tech Supply Chain Management in the Cloud


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