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 network view of the supply chain creates a clear sight of where goods are, allowing companies to minimize the impact of unforeseen disruptions.
Winning retailers put a priority on technology in order to satisfy the emerging expectations from consumers that digital creates.
Synchronizing data and information in the retail supply chain like a consumer on social media will enable retailers to compete and survive.
Ambient commerce forces supply chain visibility to the forefront of retail strategy.
Visibility needs to be defined in order for companies to decide what they want out of supply chain visibility and how it'll help achieve business goals.
Returns and reverse logistics are growing areas in the retail supply chain that present an opportunity for retailers to create an aftermarket for goods.
Retailers are redesigning their warehouse management systems to keep up with omnichannel and prepare the supply chain for always-on commerce.
Connectivity, digitization, and end-to-end visibility are key steps to prepare for catastrophic supply chain disruptions, known as black swan events.
Retailers must reinvent themselves and find new ways to deliver new value and experiences to customers, and the supply chain is the best way of doing so.
A digital transformation is the missing link that enables consumer products supply chains to master omnichannel fulfillment and drive business growth.
How the supply chain reacts to product failures can help a business overcome consequences to its reputation as well as its bottom line.
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.
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