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Maine Pointe’s 2020 Thought Leadership Reinforces Supply Chain Digitization and Highlights Long-Term Changes to Supply Chain

Global supply chain and operations consultancy delivers subject matter expertise on rethinking the digital supply chain and building global success in 2021

Topics: Private Equity Total Value Optimization GSCI White Paper Digital Supply Chain Aerospace Steven Bowen CEOs Supply Chain Optimization Global Supply Chain Institute Maine Pointe Steven Bowen Maine Pointe Supply Chain Strategy CFO CEO Michigan State University MSU Supply Chain Aviation David Grasso MSU MSU White Paper pandemic supply chain and operations University of Tenneessee globalsupplychain Aviation, Aerospace and Defense Supplier Risk Management simon knowles

Maine Pointe Sponsors University of Tennessee Paper Revealing How Synchronizing Supply Chains with Business Goals Addresses Risk, Overcomes Unexpected Vulnerability

According to UT’s Global Supply Chain Institute paper, today’s climate of disruption has brought out hidden vulnerabilities and new risks. Responding begins with stabilization

Boston, Mass., June 24, 2020 – Global supply chain and operations consulting firm Maine Pointe is the sponsor of a white paper published by the University of Tennessee, Knoxville’s Global Supply Chain Institute (GSCI), titled “End-to-End Supply Chain Synchronization: Orchestrating a Winning Strategy.” The white paper outlines eight best practices to increase total value across the supply chain, highlighting how in today’s climate, synchronization is even more important as the global pandemic continues to disrupt, bring out hidden vulnerabilities and expose new risks.

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