Enterprise Radio features William Wappler (a top supply chain expert, and also the founder and CEO of Surgere in Ohio, which specializes using IoT to resolve supply chain issues).
Pay attention to host Eric Dye & guest William Wappler discuss the following:
- Supply chain problems have become one of the biggest consumer and commercial issues since the start of the pandemic. The images consumers see are of boats stuck to the Suez Canal (Suez Canal).Containers that have been stacked into ports or on empty shelves. These images represent the outward signs. This is what it means for manufacturers as well as end-user customers.
- How will you meet the challenges of a small business that is trying to replenish stock, fulfill late orders and try inventory forecasting?
- What can small business owners do to help their inventory? They can find solutions.
- There are huge production changes happening in the global manufacturing sector, particularly outside of China. Which changes can you anticipate/where/and what will these have on the supply chain.
- Businesses can make immediate improvements in inventory management and supply chain problems to reduce bottlenecks, stressors and increase productivity.
William Wappler leads the development of the Surgere’s short- and long-term strategy by implementing the vision and mission. His expertise is sought after and he has been quoted and interviewed in many publications. He recently appeared on Bloomberg TV’s Balance of Power discussing supply chain issues. Bill’s 18-year experience as a technology manager in global corporations such as Honeywell and Caterpillar has culminated in the president of an international, top-ranked software company in California. A BS degree from Illinois State University and University of Illinois, and an MBA at Northwestern University.
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