What does it take to run an IoT-equipped supply chain? Businesses are interested in the technology, but are they equipped to handle it?
A digital transformation is the missing link that enables consumer products supply chains to master omnichannel fulfillment and drive business growth.
New technology trends, trade policies, and consumer demands are increasing the pressure on companies to find new ways to deliver value to customers.
Squeezing suppliers on costs and payment terms creates instability in the supply chain and the healthy flow of the capital that keeps everything moving.
How the supply chain reacts to product failures can help a business overcome consequences to its reputation as well as its bottom line.
If companies really want to survive in an increasingly complex world, they need to begin the journey toward a completely digital supply chain.
Consumer products are sold in a market with little margin for error where standards of quality, safety, and convenience is all that matters to consumers.
Retailers who want to thrive will need to reinvent themselves and find new ways to deliver value to customers.
Holistic transportation management drives value creation by enabling data accuracy, freight spend reduction, and increasing operational efficiency.
To ensure a supply chain operates smoothly, systems and processes need to be designed for flexibility and change.
From analytics to automation, a mix of technologies and societal changes are disrupting fashion and apparel supply chains.
The ability to position inventory, respond to demand, and fulfill more effectively is vital for retailers to keep up with consumers.
New technology, turmoil, and millennial consumers were the biggest supply chain stories of 2016, and they're shaping the future of supply chain.
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