Are you eager to know how can you improve the supply chain design with the help of economists? During this webinar we will present you:
Risks and benefits of different supply chain elements
Good practices and typical pitfalls
A holistic approach to supply chain design
About this event
15:30 - 17:30
At the moment it is not possible to order this product. For more information, please contact us via 088-3300700.
About this webinar
Every company wants to have a resilient supply chain, but only very few succeed. During this webinar we will explain why there is no simple solution to this, share our thoughts on best practices and show how to systematically address the problem.
Why you should apply for this webinar:
You will gain new insights on common practices like dual-sourcing, warehousing or outsourcing
You will understand the complexity and interdependency of different approaches for supply chain design
You will learn about best practices to reduce supply chain vulnerability without exploding costs
About TWS Partners
Founded in 2001 as a hybrid of a university start-up and a Siemens spin off in Munich, TWS became quickly the market leader for commercial application of Game Theory. By having collaborations with multiple universities and the ZEW (Leibniz centre for European economic research) our work is based on a solid theoretical fundament. With the concepts derived from game theoretical analysis of markets and competitive situations, TWS satisfied a variety of major blue-chip companies and delivered more than 2200 procurement projects with a volume of +250bn Euro since being founded. While constantly growing TWS employs currently 80+ experts in game theory with background in economy, mathematics, physics and engineering.
We are supporting our customers not only in actual sourcing projects but also by offering different trainings and looking into their overall organization and strategy. In addition, since 2020 we are offering webinars, which will be continued in 2021 in order to spread our knowledge and get in touch with a broader audience. If you are interested in improving your companies’ purchasing process and negotiation strategy, we are happy to elaborate on our game theoretical approach in a follow-up session.