Supply chain networks and our ability to collaborate across them is becoming a critical core competency for successful supply chain operations. With more external parties and partners involved in helping us to deliver a positive customer experience through the supply chain, it’s critical that we evolve how we think about these parties, their impact on business success and how we consistently improve collaboration across them.
We are less than a week away from this year's CSCMP Edge event in Atlanta and I'm excited to attend this year's show. I will be there with Brian Hodgson and Chris Giovino from the MP Objects team (Booth #1031) to discuss supply chain orchestration with all of the supply chain leaders who will be at the event.
Bring Visibility and Control to Order Fulfilment and Management
Supply Chain Orchestration (SCO) offers centralized control for planning and execution that covers all parties in the supply chain to provide real-time feedback and enable continuous optimization.
Connecting Extended Supply Chain is Critical to Staying Competitive
Heightened customer expectations, global political changes, and new technologies are putting tremendous pressure on supply chains to be more agile.
The challenge of meeting customer expectations for modern retailers has extended beyond the online store and the storefront to deep into the back office. To compete effectively, it is no longer just a matter of offering a customer the right product online and delivering it later on.