|Sponsor||Manhattan Associates, Inc.|
|Date||Tuesday, March 21, 2023|
|Time||10:30 AM - 11:15 AM|
Unifying supply chain execution systems, like warehouse and transportation management, eliminates the “no man’s land” that exists between these critical functions, transforming what are often supply chain silos into a unified supply chain platform.
While yard management can sometimes be a secondary consideration in evaluating unified supply chain efficiencies, it may very well offer the most upside for efficiency and optimization. Once distribution, transportation and yard are unified, manual tasks become automated, detention and demurrage charges disappear, trailer and putaway operations are optimized, and visibility into yard inventories and activities is improved.
With so much at stake, yard management cannot be overlooked as the apex solution that delivers on the promise of the unified supply chain, delivering a sustained competitive advantage well beyond the range of its initial impact.
• Understand the out-sized impact and upside of a unified yard management solution.
• Come away with both a short-term and long-term practical perspective on how yard management optimizes multiple, critical functions across the supply chain.
|Blake Coram||Manhattan Associates||Director - Product Management|