THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9TH | 2:00PM EST
Biofire Diagnostics Migrates to Supply Chain-specific Service Management for Productivity and Visibility Gains
In today’s post-pandemic environment where supply chains are constantly barraged with challenges outside of their control, supply chain leaders like you are continuously optimizing operations for efficiency. In this effort, more companies are turning to their digital strategies for a competitive advantage, recognizing that the right combination of data and technologies can provide immediate performance benefits that translate directly to the bottom line.
Watch this webinar to learn how Courtney Wilcox, Inventory Control Project Manager, led the team at BioFire Diagnostics through the selection and deployment of a supply chain-specific Service Management platform while balancing:
- The familiarity of JIRA with its inability to support a dynamic supply chain
- The realities of migrating a live, agile process
- The needs of a diverse workforce across multiple shifts
- True requirements from “nice-to-haves”
Despite a challenging operating environment, BioFire successfully initiated a new digital strategy that resulted in:
- 10x faster response time,
- real-time visibility to millions of dollars at risk, and
- a significant decrease in total exceptions.
Courtney Wilcox, Project Manager, Inventory Control
Courtney is currently a Project Manager within BioFire's* Inventory Control team. As a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Courtney leads the execution of strategic initiatives to improve operational performance through the implementation of cutting edge technologies. Prior to her current role, Courtney served in the Peace Corps, leading health programs in Mali, West Africa.
Register for this webinar to see for yourself how a digital transformation can impact your supply chain
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— Jim Rowan
Former Chief Executive Officer