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Businesses are now serving new types of customer – those who have been financially impacted by global economic shocks; suppliers who are unclear on how to navigate the new world; and consumers who look at consuming in a very different way.
The challenges posed to the end-end supply chain range from supply delays or cancellations, delivery restrictions, decreasing demand, supplier bankruptcies, pricing movements on goods and services, and limited workforce availability. Coupled with the rapid pace of technological advancement, this is challenging companies to deliver on their customer service promise while maintaining an efficient cost base and asset utilisation.
Understand how short-term measures to rebuild, strengthen and develop supply chain resilience set the foundation for proactive resilience.
Determine how these measures can set up the business for continuity, based on potential future scenarios.
Empower the supply chain, creating a platform for an agile supply chain ecosystem, supported by digital and data enablement.
Connect and digitise supply chain steps to provide an end-to-end supply chain view.
Manage the value chain through visibility, connectedness and predictive analytics, automation and synchronisation of supply and demand.
Optimise and transform the end-to-end operations leveraging digital technologies.