Building Supply Chain Resilience through Digitalization
«The global health emergency has made organizations accept the fragility of their ecosystems.
Critical gaps must be plugged to ensure end-to-end visibility on a global scale and minimize the risk to the business.»
~ Kristof Symons, Executive Vice President, Orange Business Service
Why Supply Chain Resilience is important:
Because: Disruptions are the New Normal
Because: COVID was a Test, and Few Passed
Because: Supply Chain Resilience and Industry 4.0 are inseparable
In the future, there will be many waves of supply chain disruptions without warning. Be prepared to handle such crises and build resilience into your supply chain.
This White Paper discusses pre internal supply chain inefficiencies that were eventually exposed due to the pandemic, resulting in businesses’ slow recovery and the painful disruption to productivity.
Building supply chain resilience means:
- Accuracy in supply and demand recognition
- Flexible produciton to capture sudden surge in demand
- Predictability in detecting critical past that take unexpected longer lead time
- Balanced stock and preven excess inventory
The White Paper also shows how to digitize for end-to-end supply chain visibility. Digitized supply chains and operations can spawn annual efficiency gains of 4.1% and boost revenue by 2.6% a year.