3 Reasons Why You Might Need a Supply Chain Control Tower

Posted by Chris Brablc     Nov 17, 2017 1:53:42 PM

With today’s growing supply chain complexity, we’re seeing organizations struggle to deliver customer value with their supply chains at a cost that helps to make their business profitable.

It’s a huge problem that is getting more difficult by the day as organizations and supply chain professionals look for answers in their strategies and the technologies they use as the foundation for their supply chains. Oftentimes, the solution is not replacing the legacy systems they have in place but by connecting and extending them with a supply chain control tower.

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Is How You Use Your Inventory in the Supply Chain Limiting Your Product Availability?

Posted by Chris Brablc     Nov 10, 2017 2:09:40 PM

We live in a “Now” economy with customers that are consistently expecting faster and faster delivery service levels with the same amount of care and in-full execution. However, doing so has become increasingly complex in the supply chain. Orders are coming in with greater variability due to more front-end options and the geographies we need to service with our supply chain are growing. So it’s not just about increased speed but increased speed with more tailored supply chains across increasingly expanding geographies.

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3 Stats That Stress the Need For Supply Chain Orchestration

Posted by Chris Brablc     Nov 3, 2017 1:39:28 PM

As organizations move forward with determining how to transform their supply chains, it’s critical to understand that successful supply chains aren’t driven just by more investment into static resources but about agility in the way that we use our assets, investments and partners. The one constant we know is that business changes will happen and these changes will have a direct impact on our supply chains increasing the need to adjust and adapt quickly to drive cost efficient and customer focused practices.

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Are Reducing Cost and Enhancing Customer Value Mutually Exclusive in the Supply Chain?

Posted by Chris Brablc     Sep 14, 2017 2:27:57 PM

Over the past decade, supply chain leaders have increasingly been asked to reduce the cost associated with fulfilling of customer orders on-time and in-full. However, in most cases, they have been asked to do so with less funding while the quantity of orders has increased. Let’s face it; that is tough position to be in.

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