Data collected from connected devices provides real-time inventory information and deeper supply chain visibility.
The consumer products supply chain is transforming in order to meet consumer needs and protect margins.
Retailers are leveraging network based visibility to optimize their global fulfillment strategies.
In the age of ambient commerce, retailers need to leverage the supply chain if they want to provide customers with the shopping experiences they demand.
Leveraging machine learning and networked technology can help companies provide more personalized products and services to consumers.
Retailers and manufacturers are leveraging new technology and repositioning their supply chains to create compelling customers experiences.
From reducing transportation costs, to in-transit inventory, to making better commitments to customers, visibility solves major supply chain problems.
Having a network unlocks the supply chain visibility companies need in order to adapt and react to rapid changes in technology and consumer demand.
Even the best global supply chains have room for improvement. We read St. Nick's list and check it twice to see which suppliers are naughty or nice.
Technologies like AR, VR, 3D printing, and additive manufacturing will have a significant impact on supply chains in 2018.
Business leaders need to identify evidence of success around blockchain and IoT in order to determine use cases that make sense.
Having better data, all in one place, can help shippers and carriers navigate the pains of negotiating transportation contracts.
The evolving shopping season and the growth of ecommerce place significant strains on supply chains and the ability for retailers to meet demand.
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