COVID-19 has driven home the need to reduce global supply chain vulnerabilities through intelligent workflows. As the world works to manage the current COVID-19 outbreak, the focus is rightly on communities treating those infected, companies protecting employees worldwide, and collectively containing the virus to limit global health impact.Tenacious supply chain professionals are and will continue working through immediate challenges. But, moving forward, how can organizations better manage, foresee, and limit the severity of disruptions? The answer involves building the capabilities necessary to respond to future events with both pace and certainty. Read the full report to learn more.