Supply Chain 360 Summit
Target continues to invest in building capacity to meet guest demand—an approach that utilizes the company’s stores-as-hubs strategy and growing sortation center network. Target’s sortation centers help drive speed, productivity and cost efficiency to improve the guest experience. Hear from Target’s Chief Supply Chain & Logistics Officer Gretchen McCarthy on how Target’s stores-as-hubs strategy and guest-centered supply chain capabilities are bringing next-day delivery to more Target guests.
The retail industry is evolving due to changing consumer demands, technological advancement and economic fluctuations. Thus, supply chain management is more crucial than ever. To remain competitive while meeting customer expectations, retailers must optimize their supply chain processes. Join us for a panel discussion that features valuable insights, real-world case studies, and actionable strategies. The session will provide strategies and innovations that can transform the retail supply chain, reduce costs and improve customer experiences.
This session is part of the NRF Supply Chain 360 Summit.
Driven by changing customer expectations, the retail ecosystem is transforming fast and retailers need to be prepared to meet these demands in real time. This means having solutions that are flexible, agile and can scale to efficiently manage operations and stay ahead of the continuous changes in consumer demand, macroeconomic pressures, and supply chain uncertainties. This can be achieved only if we break down the silos and have complete visibility into every aspect of supply chain commerce.