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  • Supply Chain Management – a necessary evil or a force for good

    Southampton

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Supply Chain Management – a necessary evil or a force for good.

Date: 12 November 2019
Time: 16:30 - 18:30
BDO LLP
Arcadia House
Maritime Walk - Ocean Village
Southampton  SO14 3TL
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Diego Fajardo
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  • Summary

Join our latest Governance, Risk and Compliance event: Supply Chain Management – a necessary evil or a force for good.

A certainty of supply chain management is that uncertainty is routine.  Companies need physical goods, cash and people to turn effort into revenue.  Data is also now a key component of the supply chain, as a revenue generator and as the basis for effective decision making.  

An increasing range of legislation that applies to supply chain operation and management requires companies to be more aware of what they do and how they are doing it. Efficient, well organised and well managed supply chains are a key enabler of business performance.

In this session we will provide updates on the common issues related to the movement of people, finance, goods and services into and around the organisation.  We will link this to the increasing legislative requirement to report on activities and how you can address the issues and stay ahead of the game.

You will have the opportunity to exchange stories and hear from our speakers about the key challenges in supply chain management and how they can be addressed.

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