Visual Supply Chains

Achieving end-to-end supply chain visibility remains an elusive business goal. Enterprises with existing investments in supply chain visibility find themselves looking at the "wrong end" of the supply chain with less time to respond to changes in demand. As manufacturing moves offshore, extended supply chains increase lead times and inventory. In the new Supply Chain 2.0 paradigm building better, faster and smarter supply chains, end-to-end visibility must span from source to delivery 24/7 globally...

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