Global Supply Chain Survey: In Search of Post-COVID-19 Resilience

COVID-19 disrupted supply chains across the globe. To get a pulse check, we surveyed a sample of high-level executives in 1,181 companies across six sectors to learn more about their experiences with disruption and their plans to make their supply chains more resilient.

While almost all (94%) of companies surveyed reported a COVID-19 induced disruption to their supply chains, U.S. companies stand out, with 25% reporting “severe disruption” (vs. 17% for other countries).

Will this crisis mark the beginning of the end for global supply chains? Get your free copy of our survey report to learn more. The survey report also includes:

  • How companies are coping with supply-chain disruptions
  • What the disruptions mean for global trade and policymakers
  • A country-focus on the U.S., UK, Germany, France, Italy, and China

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Global Supply Chain Survey
2023 Predictions for Finance and AccountingWebinar Wednesday, December 7

We may not be flying to work in 2023 but there won’t be a shortage of innovation that enables Finance and Accounting teams to modernize their accounting operations. As organizations plan for continued supply chain disruptions, talent scarcity, and market uncertainty, accounting leaders are finding ways to innovate, automate, and scale processes to meet organizational demands. Hear from BlackLine’s industry specialists on the top leadership priorities and transformation trends of 2023, including Hyper-Automation, Talent Upskilling, and Decision Intelligence. 

CPE Credit: participants can earn up to 1 CPE/CPD credit in the Business Management & Organization field of study.