Traditional enterprise software only automated processes within a single company.
Modern supply chains are made up of constellations of companies that must work together in global trading communities
Performance levels in the extended supply chain are half of what they are inside the enterprise.Read More
Everyone agrees on the need for suply chain agility, yet the majority of companies are not meeting stated goals.
82% average importance rating of supply chain visibility.
Yet confidence in ERP to delvier visibility across the extended supply chain beyond the enterprise is low.
Supply chain visibility is low and performance levels in the extended supply chain are half of what they are inside the enterprise.
Based on Response Averages for those with ERP from the Supply Chain Insights LLC, Supply Chain Visibility Study, October 2013 - January 2014.See report
To enable the massive levels of information sharing and process automation that business networks require, an entirely new approach is needed.
When supply chains embrace the information models of social networks, they become far more powerful.
Technology that finally delivers on the promise of connectivity, visibility, control and intelligence for all.
Plug in to utility-scale infrastructure to engage business partners quickly and economically.
Leverage network-wide operational data for complete visibility and process automation.
Get performance insights into what’s actually happening as goods are ordered, made, shipped, and paid for.