2024 Supply Chain Management Readiness Index

Lack of predictive view leaving organizations vulnerable to disruption

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A recent survey of 250 supply chain executives reveals how businesses are focusing on resilience in anticipation of the next disruption.

This means businesses must avoid the common pitfalls of relying on gut instinct and subjective decision-making, and strike the right balance between preparedness and inventory management.

Get all the survey insights in the just released 2024 Supply Chain Management Readiness Index including:

  • Types of supply chain disruptions executives are most concerned about
  • Steps being taken to improve preparedness for the next supply chain disruption
  • Top benefits of real-time data informing business decisions
  • Top barriers to organizations using real-time data for supply chain management


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