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The Sustainable Development Objective of zero contaminating emissions by 2050, established by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), is an opportunity for the sector, which has already benefited greatly from advanced technologies, to accelerate its digital transformation.

Supply Chains must adapt to these changes and be more agile and sustainable, generating cost savings and increasing productivity.

Process Transformation

Energy Supply Chains have specific complexities. Responding to these complexities will require new abilities in the sector. A first step towards digitalization includes the design and implementation of processes in S&OP (Sales & Operations Planning) to improve and coordinate the internal communication between departments.

Sourcing Policies

Sometimes it is necessary to redesign and implement the supply policy. In addition, having an accurate demand forecast calculation makes companies much more competitive.

Collaborative Tools

Supply Chain Business Networks digitize and automate the B2B transactions of all members of the Supply Chain (manufacturers, distributors, transportation agents, clients, and others) on a single secure platform. This increases the speed of commerce, reduces costs, and provides real time visibility to all movements of goods and information.

Asset Management

Companies dedicated to energy production and distribution dedicate a large part of their activity to the maintenance of their infrastructures. Companies that digitalize and standardize their parts catalog can build models of their assets which allow them to be more efficient, proactive, and effective in their maintenance programs.

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