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Get Proactive: Managing Third-Party Vendor and Supply Chain Risk in a Digital World

By Edmund TribueVice President, Risk & Compliance, NTT DATA Services

As supply chains have steadily grown in sophistication and complexity, the accompanying risks have also increased – and as we’ve seen in recent years, disruptions can have far-reaching consequences. Effective third party vendor risk management and harnessing technology are both crucial in streamlining and strengthening global supply chains. But where should leaders start?

Fortune Favors the Bold When it Comes to New Technologies

By Mersun SezerHead of Industry Focused Consulting Services, NTT DATA Business Solutions

In today’s unpredictable climate, embracing new technology and rethinking how we share supply chain data will be key to adapting (and thriving) in the face of challenges. Amidst unprecedented global uncertainty, bold action is the strongest move.

The Great Supply Chain Transformation

By Gianluca BuziHead of Operational Excellence practice, NTT DATA Europe and LATAM

Organizations seem to be putting the recent past behind them and growth is back on the agenda. Despite continuing uncertainty, supply chains are now willing and able to make a greater positive contribution by being more responsive and agile.

A Look at the Future of Supply Chain Finance

By Miguel Mas PalaciosDirector - Global Corporate Banking, NTT DATA EMEAL

Businesses across all industries have been forced to find solutions to a rapidly evolving market environment since the outbreak of coronavirus. For many firms, the economic challenges of Covid-19 have heavily disrupted their supply chains. But supply chain finance has provided a valuable lifeline during this highly turbulent time. Now, many innovations are emerging, offering enormous value for banks, buyers and suppliers.

The Current State of the Cold Chain

By Ujwala PatilSenior Manager at NTT DATA Services , Justin GoddardManager Consulting Services, NTT DATA Services

In the wake of the pandemic, the demand for temperature-sensitive products has never been higher – and the need for efficient, well-functioning cold chains has never been more apparent. With global supply chains already under pressure, the cold chain faces unique additional challenges.

Information and Cybersecurity in the UK

By Ken JonesSecurity Consulting, Regulatory Director, NTT DATA , Warren O'DriscollHead of Security Practice, Senior Director, NTT DATA UK

The different needs of cybersecurity continue to evolve, in the same way that businesses must adapt and respond to these cybersecurity risks and challenges. Partnerships are just one of the many ways in which businesses can protect themselves and move with the times.

Traceability Can Fix the Primary Sector’s Image Problem

By Angel Luis TesoHead of Cities, Territories and Primary Sector, NTT DATA EMEAL , Fernando Monzón DelgadoHead of Cities, Territories and Primary Sector & Technology Manager, everis, an NTT DATA Company

In an industry plagued by scandal and a poor reputation for commitment to sustainability, those adopting developing technology and proactively improving supply chain capabilities, will be able to provide traceability and transparency particularly in the areas of social impact, safety and authenticity which is ultimately required by today’s customers.

Think Bigger When It Comes to Your Carbon Footprint

By Dries GuthPrincipal Innovation Manager & Head of Co-Innovation Lab, NTT DATA Business Solutions Germany , Paul DietrichPrincipal Innovation Manager & Head of Co-Innovation Lab, NTT DATA Business Solutions Germany

Understanding what needs to be done to decrease emissions is one thing, but putting it into effect is something else. Sustainability technologies that enable businesses to take action do exist – corporations must now be willing to use them.

The Most Important Data Challenge There’s Ever Been

By Bill WilsonChief Sustainability Officer and Head of Data & Intelligence Solutions, NTT DATA UK

With strong pressure in B2B coming from supply chain and investment funding to be able to prove sustainability goals, robust data is vital. Despite the complexity, organisations must work towards the big picture of data collection and analysis within their business now, to be in position to take the opportunities that carbon emission data can provide.