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Manufacturers are faced with a new post COVID-19 scenario. New doubts have emerged about extended global Supply Chains, highlighting the need to diversify suppliers and bring production closer to consumption, and triggering a reflection on the entire way Supply Chains are engineered.

This reflection will surely change Supply Chains in the long term, which will need to focus on being
Resilient, Agile, Efficient, and Close to the customer.

End to End Visiblity in the Supply Chain

Imagine that you had the ability to access data in real time at any level of the Supply Chain about orders, stock, and deliveries, as well as any disruptions that might occur in supply. You would be able to anticipate problems and act accordingly before they begin to impact your business. This is possible today with Control Towers.

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.

Demand Planning

Do you want to save costs while simultaneously increasing service levels in your Supply Chain? Having accurate forecasts and efficient production or procurement plans is key to making good business decisions and optimizing inventory. Innovations in Big Data, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning combined with traditional forecasting and optimization algorithms have revolutionized demand forecasting. These have allowed companies to exploit the insights and relationships hidden within immense amounts of data, which allow them to plan against more accurate forecasts.

Process Transformation

Industrial 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.

Supply Chain Modeling and Optimization

Surely in our lives there have been many occasions when before making a decision we would have liked to simulate each different option and analyze the results. In the business world the same is true.
The Digital Twin consists of creating a virtual (digital) replica of a real or potential entity, physical process, or service. The Supply Chain Digital Twin is a virtual model of the company’s Supply Chain. It is fed with real data from the business, allowing the company to simulate different business decisions, optimizing the Supply Chain against each decision, and evaluate the results such that every decision can be made confidently and effectively.

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