Supply chain disruptions demand proactive strategies that transform obstacles into opportunities for growth. To better plan and manage uncertainty – and succeed – companies must embrace advanced probability theory to support financial forecasting and risk management.


Join us as we explore the intricacies of assessing the impact of disruptions that influence the end-to-end supply chain. Through insightful use cases, witness how organizations embrace uncertainty by exploring a spectrum of possibilities with policy-based planning, enabling intelligent decision-making and the ability to quickly pivot as business paradigms shift.

Watch now to set yourself on a path to improve the quality of business decisions by embracing uncertainty and applying probabilistic planning concepts in your supply chain plan.


Matt Hoffman
Matt Hoffman, Vice President of Product and Industry Solutions
Justin Siefert
Justin Siefert, Chief Marketing Officer