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Maximize Supply Chain Visibility in a Connected World

April 23, 2014

70% of warehouses and distribution centers lack end-to-end supply chain visibility.

Supply chain visibility is the Holy Grail for warehouses and distribution centers where the fast and efficient movement of goods is the solution to satisfying customer demand.

This is especially true for the 68% of companies which are not satisfied with material movement efficiency from source to destination. These companies are seeking new ways to get the right goods to the right place at the right time. They are finding that change, complexity, compliance, competition, and connectivity are leading to further confusion.

Read this white paper and learn how the Smart Supply Network and the internet of everything (IoE), combined with AIDC are combining to elevate supply chain visibility so that predictive analytics, relevant information and cost effectiveness can be achieved in the supply chain. Specifically you will learn:

  • To create a connected system of organizations;
  • Responding to variability increases accuracy, visibility and velocity;
  • The Smart Supply Network synchronizes the flow of material and information;
  • Automating the collection of real time data is critical for achieving supply chain visibility.

Most importantly, read about the five steps to become a leader that leverages people, processes and technology to achieve the Holy Grail.

Download the complimentary white paper now.


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