Over the past decade a range of technology advances have delivered improvements in global supply chains. The quest for productivity gains, though, continues - so the question is 'Where next?'. Esri maps and analytics provide end to end visibility of your supply chain, enabling opportunities for cost reductions to be identified, productivity gains and performance improvements to be achieved and attention to be focused on the metrics that matter.
Mark Schue, Director of Information Technology, Con-way
Natura is one of the leading manufacturers and retailers of household products in Brazil. Learn how GIS has helped this innovative company cultivate natural resources sustainably from the Amazon Rain Forest, and ensure that wealth stays within the indigenous communities.
There are a myriad of ways that GIS helps maintain a sustainable supply chain. Wolfgang Hall, Esri’s supply chain management industry manager, takes a look at how GIS can make a difference.
Esri released a series of interactive story maps based on information from partner Datamyne. The story maps illustrate the impact on trade flows through the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach during the recent dispute over terms of a new West Coast longshoremen’s contract.
ArcGIS helps risk managers at Willis take proactive control of the risks they face. Willis staff have developed proprietary software solutions by creating an infrastructure that helps customers assess all types of catastrophes.
Know your data by understanding where and why everything is happening.
Jeff Rivera, Con-way Freight, Inc., Talks Reducing Waste
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