GT Nexus is a privately owned cloud supply chain platform, founded in 1998 in Oakland, California. It runs an on-demand global supply chain management platform that is used by organizations to manage global logistics and trade processes. In September 2015, GT Nexus was acquired by Infor. Today, GT Nexus is a business unit of Infor.

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  • Bridges 2017 General Session - Kurt Cavano
    Infor GT Nexus President, Kurt Cavano, kicked off Bridges 2017 by discussing the state of industry, specifically how technology-driven disruptors like Amazon are changing the world for every company, not just retailers. Kurt went on to tee up some of the key themes and stories that attendees would hear and learn about over the course of the three days in New York.
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  • Bridges 2017 General Session - Shipper Council
    The GT Nexus Shipper Council is a community group that works collectively to share best practices and improve operational performance of the Commerce Network. Over the past decade, the group has engaged global freight carriers to improve information exchange performance at a network level, thus benefiting every company that uses GT Nexus. In this interactive session, leaders from Solvay and Del Mo...
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  • Bridges 2017 General Session - AWESOME Panel
    Supply Chain Executive leaders from Boeing, Johnson & Johnson, Sims Metal Management, and representing AWESOME (Achieving Women’s Excellence in Supply Chain Operations, Management, and Education) gathered on the Bridges main stage to discuss their views on technology innovation and how networks like GT Nexus are changing the future of supply chain management. The interactive discussion brought hig...
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  • Bridges 2017 General Session - Caterpillar
    Caterpillar's supply chain is massive. It has more than 3 million products at work around the world at any given time. And with 28,000 suppliers and 73,000 ocean containers shipped every year, Caterpillar has put a premium on supply chain visibility and collaboration. In this video, Tom France, Caterpillar's Director of Transportation, outlines the supply chain journey from siloed visibility to ne...
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  • Bridges 2017 General Session - Rockport
    Georgia Wraight, COO of Rockport discusses the company's "big bang" moment - emerging from a subsidiary of Adidas into its own company. How do you build a supply chain to fit an established market while simultaneously navigating the challenges of independence? How do you create your own infrastructure without disrupting business processes? From making collaborating with factories easier, to automa...
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  • Bridges 2017 General Session - Electrolux
    Container shipping sits at the center of most global supply chains. It also consumes many weeks of the order to delivery cycle time, so operational excellence is key. In this session, Bjorn Vang Jensen, VP of logistics from Electrolux describes the risks and opportunities as part of a logistics network that involves the movement of over 180,000 TEUs each year.
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  • CNH Industrial: Transport Logistics Transformation
    In the first part of this video from Bridges 2017, Dror Noach, VP Global Logistics shares the journey CNH Industrial has been on over the last decade to truly transform their global logistics operations. In the second part, Greg Kefer, VP Marketing, invites Dror for a fireside chat on stage to discuss a plethora of topics including visibility, predictive data analytics, how sustainability factors ...
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  • The Power of Communication
    Today's modern businesses exist on a truly international scale, bringing together different people, countries, and companies to fuel the global economy. But this highly choreographed dance doesn't happen on its own. Communication is the key to its success, and we're in the midst of the greatest revolution in communications technology to date. What happens when you bring the world's businesses toge...
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  • How Does the Supply Chain Effect Brand Loyalty?
    Millennials have a reputation for not being very brand loyal. A recent survey conducted globally by YouGov and GT Nexus confirms this lack of brand loyalty among 18 to 34 year olds. According to the survey, 61 percent of all respondents didn’t consider themselves to be brand loyal, and switched their favorite brand in the last year. GT Nexus, with the help of an international TV production company...
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  • Managing Your Supply Chain Like an Astronaut
    Cloud-based supply chain platforms can digitize the millions of interaction between the systems, objects, and people engaged in global commerce at any given moment in time. And now, powerful new visualization technologies like virtual reality and augmented reality will enable us to experience our global supply chains as the living, breathing ecosystems that they are. Supply chain managers will fee...
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  • Don’t be Blindsided by Black Swan Disruptions
    Unforeseen disruptions can never be avoided but impact to a business and supply chain can be minimized if you have clear sight of where your goods are. A network where everybody is connected, working together and has perfect visibility can turn an outage into an opportunity. It’s this level of connectivity that will help deal with these types of disruptions.
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  • Digital: A Disruptor and an Enabler
    Kurt Cavano and Guy Courtin discuss how digital is both a disruptor and enabler for retailers. Retailers who are winning in the market place today think differently about their assets; stores aren’t just stores. The winners also put a priority on technology because at the end of the day we’re all becoming tech companies in some way or another.
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  • Surviving in Retail and Capturing the New Consumer
    Kurt Cavano and Guy Courtin discuss how tough the retail environment is, what can be done to capture the ‘new consumer’ and why synchronizing the supply chain in much the same way as you see in the consumer world with social networks, is the only way retailers will be able to compete and survive.
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  • Highlights from Bridges 2016 in NYC
    From industry-leading keynote speakers to the Best of the Boroughs networking event, Bridges 2016 convened cutting-edge supply chain leaders for new insights and business relationships. Watch this recap video to find out what the Bridges supply chain conference is all about! For more details on Bridges, visit: bridges.gtnexus.com
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  • A Virtual Tour Through the Digital Future of Your Supply Chain
    Want a glimpse into what it'll feel like to run supply chains some years from now? Take a tour through a virtual supply chain control tower, where all major global trade decisions reside at your fingertips. On desktop or mobile, click and drag around for a 360-degree view. If you have a Google Cardboard headset, experience the video in 3D.
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  • The Power of Information
    What if you could visualize a day of global trade on a single platform? What would it look like? Today's global supply chains depend on information. Companies who successfully harness information can wield the power of big data to their advantage. But gathering data from the supply chain isn't an easy task. It requires bringing together countless supply chain partners from across the globe, in on...
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  • Bridges 2016 Customer Keynote Speaker: Mark Heinrich of Microsoft
    "The culture of the company is grounded in a very basic thing: being proud of what you do." Mark Heinrich, General Manager of cloud supply chain at Microsoft, proudly presented the core components of Microsoft's culture, mission, and how the cloud drives the success of their supply chain operations.
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  • Bridges 2016 Customer Keynote Speaker: Jeffrey Tazelaar of Dow Chemical
    With more than a century of experience in manufacturing, the last thing one might expect to hear from DOW Chemical is that the company thinks of itself as startup. “If you would have asked us five years ago what is DOW Chemical, we would have said we’re striving to be the best chemical company in the world,” Jeffrey Tazelaar, global supply chain visibility leader at DOW Chemical, said in his key...
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  • Bridges 2016 Customer Keynote Speaker: Michael Kobori of Levi's
    Sustainability issues in the clothing industry bring to mind harsh working conditions in emerging countries. We think about collapsing factories and disasters like Rana Plaza. Engaging the supply chain in responsible production practices and compliance is not an easy task. Twenty years ago Levi’s established a code of conduct for its suppliers. It continues to seek and deploy partnership programs ...
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  • Bridges 2016 Customer Keynote Speaker: Blake Mycoskie of TOMS
    Bridges 2016 was packed with case study presentations, panels, and keynotes spanning across industries, segments, and job functions. Despite the differences in companies and speakers, one common themes streamed out from the podium: 1) Commitment to a greater cause is powerful. 2) Looking beyond your four walls of business is essential. 3) A full ecosystem view enables new levels of innovation tha...
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  • GT Nexus Insights: Commerce Re-Defined
    The days of retailers dictating when and how customers shop are over. More than ever, customers demand the products they want, when they want them, and how those products ultimately get delivered. Commerce is becoming seamless, and retail and consumer products companies are expected to meet the challenge. Learn more at gtnexus.com.
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  • GT Nexus Insights: Retail Technology
    Supply chains are not straight lines. However, much of the software retailers use are designed that way. In reality today’s global commerce is powered by complex supply networks. These networks rely on tight orchestration and the ability to sort through and see the truth in massive amounts of data. We take a look at the technologies that drive successful retailers forward.
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  • GT Nexus Insights: Is Brick and Mortar Dead?
    "The store isn’t dead. More than 90% of sales still happen in stores, not online. But the role of brick and mortar is changing. In order to stay relevant, retailers are changing stores’ designs, inventory strategies, and the overall customer experience. Here’s some insight into how stores can become destinations for shoppers, whether they buy from retailers in-person or online. Learn more at gtnex...
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  • GT Nexus Insights: Profitable Demand Response in Manufacturing
    Retailers are under great pressure to offer products through all channels, available at all times, at competitive prices, and with fast, cheap shipping. The pressure they face to maintain profitable demand fulfillment also affect the manufacturers who supply the products sold in a retail environment. Guy Courtin offers insight into the strain manufacturers face, and how supply chain is a different...
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  • Managing Your Supply Chain Like an Astronaut
    Cloud-based supply chain platforms can digitize the millions of interaction between the systems, objects, and people engaged in global commerce at any given moment in time. And now, powerful new visualization technologies like virtual reality and augmented reality will enable us to experience our global supply chains as the living, breathing ecosystems that they are. Supply chain managers will fee...
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  • Don’t be Blindsided by Black Swan Disruptions
    Unforeseen disruptions can never be avoided but impact to a business and supply chain can be minimized if you have clear sight of where your goods are. A network where everybody is connected, working together and has perfect visibility can turn an outage into an opportunity. It’s this level of connectivity that will help deal with these types of disruptions.
GT Nexus
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  • Digital: A Disruptor and an Enabler
    Kurt Cavano and Guy Courtin discuss how digital is both a disruptor and enabler for retailers. Retailers who are winning in the market place today think differently about their assets; stores aren’t just stores. The winners also put a priority on technology because at the end of the day we’re all becoming tech companies in some way or another.
GT Nexus
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  • Surviving in Retail and Capturing the New Consumer
    Kurt Cavano and Guy Courtin discuss how tough the retail environment is, what can be done to capture the ‘new consumer’ and why synchronizing the supply chain in much the same way as you see in the consumer world with social networks, is the only way retailers will be able to compete and survive.

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