It’s a constellation of companies working as one to reliably deliver perfect customer outcomes over and over again, tens of thousands of times a day.
“A fundamentally different architecture and a network of pre-connected partners are needed to suitably address processes that are inherently multi-party and inter-enterprise.”
Bill McBeath, ChainLink Research
Companies that operate in silos fail when their suppliers fail; they don’t have the data flow to fuel the analytics engine required to improve; they can’t see; they are inefficient, sluggish, and victim to risk.
In the future, the best companies won’t act as a single organization, disconnected from one another, but as interconnected, agile business networks that operate far more efficiently and much more quickly than the companies we know today.
Networked companies win because they’re agile, fast, and efficient. They’re the first to sense and the first to respond. With intelligence. That’s operational excellence.
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