IBM Introduces Supply Chain Outsourcing Offering

Big Blue offers to apply its own experience to transforming, optimizing other companies' supply chains


Big Blue offers to apply its own experience to transforming, optimizing other companies' supply chains















  • Logistics IBM will run logistics and global trade functions, working with clients to orchestrate and manage complex global networks and deliver savings through a variable cost structure. Solutions components include: Strategy, Network Design and Optimization; Procurement; Operations Management; and Global Trade Management.


  • Direct Materials Sourcing Leveraging IBM's own procurement processes and expertise, IBM logistics professionals will develop logistics processes and supplier management systems to improve supplier performance, orchestrate a global network and work to deliver logistics savings.


  • Supply Chain Optimization IBM said it will address the value chain management process from supply chain planning and fulfillment to optimization of manufacturing for worldwide real-time collaboration.





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