The Digital Supply Network: The Era of Supply Chain Visibility and Tracking
Supply chain innovation will determine which companies succeed as traditional practices are disrupted.
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Traditional supply chain practices are being disrupted and forcing leaders to pursue transformative strategies to overcome the challenges of an increasingly complex environment. Determining how to innovate begins with understanding how buyer behavior and technology are shaping the supply chain landscape.
The global supply chain is a geographically intensive business. You’ve got assets, vendors, customers, and stakeholders spread out across the world. And, they all have a common need to know what is happening and where, in real time. But how?
GIS—geographic information system technology—unites live operational data and multilayer geospatial data in a single view for enhanced operational awareness.
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