By Jim Wetekamp
As published in Industry Today

With manufacturers just starting to recover from pandemic-related shutdowns and supply-chain challenges, few are preparing for a second wave. Would you be ready now to handle more shipment delays, supplier challenges, shifts in consumer spending, new government regulations, employee health issues, and more? The pandemic has reinforced the value of agility, but agility is difficult to achieve if you’re still reeling from the initial pandemic impacts – especially if you haven’t figured out what made you vulnerable in the first place.

The good news is there’s still time to enlist risk teams, ready supply chains, and pivot where necessary. But time is of the essence – and you need data and visibility to be successful.

Riskonnect CEO Jim Wetekamp shares his thoughts on how to build resiliency now to minimize surprises later.

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