The Ever-Evolving Global Supply Network

Will Big Data, the Internet of Things and connected environments driven by sensor technologies be the drivers behind these improvements?

By · February 23, 2016

The global supply chain sector is undergoing a period of rapid change. The rise in e-Commerce has fundamentally altered the distribution and delivery processes for consumer goods around the world and global economic instability is putting pressure on logistics providers to operate more efficiently than ever before.

Visibility and access to critical data in real time and in an actionable format will help logistics providers keep pace with consumer demand and expectations. Will Big Data, the Internet of Things and connected environments driven by sensor technologies be the drivers behind these improvements?

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