Risk management in the Financial Supply Chain
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December 10, 2014
Time: 2:00pm EDT / 1:00pm CDT / 11:00am Pacific
It's true that all elements of the supply chain have inherent risk, but the financial supply chain has its own set of problems. It provides the cash flow needed to ensure the doors are kept open, the lights are kept on, the employees are being paid and products are being made and shipped. Managing cash and capital is just as important as managing relationships among supply chain partners. A breakdown in one can trigger a breakdown throughout the chain.
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Brad Huff - EVP & GM, TAKE Supply Chain
Brad Huff is EVP & GM of TAKE Supply Chain and leverages more than twenty years of experience in enterprise supply chain solutions to oversee North American operations. He is responsible for leading the business strategy and the overall growth of customer, partner, and industry relationships. Most recently at TAKE, Mr. Huff served as VP of Sales where he is credited with architecting the expansion of the relationship footprint with the customer base.
In more than ten years of working with mid-market manufacturing companies, he has seen supply chain operations mature from a minor focus to a core business function. At JDE and PeopleSoft, he worked with clients to implement an initial ERP system in order to improve execution inside the four walls. At that time many companies had a few key suppliers they worked with so their main focus was on improving internal operations. Over time though, supply chains have become much more complex through globalization, specialization and outsourcing. With that complexity comes the need for software to help manage, automate and optimize those supply chains to continue to control costs and increase value. He is passionate about TAKE Supply Chain’s mission to help those companies achieve their goals.
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