In the last two years, many organizations across industries have incurred revenue losses and have had to quickly adopt new business models to cater to the changing global demands. This has pushed them beyond traditional focus areas and seek new trends in SCM transformation, with a focus on building a more resilient, efficient and an intelligent supply chain.
Martin Christopher rightly points out - 'Supply chains compete, not companies'. Companies who have invested in transforming their supply chains over the last few years, have reaped the benefits during the pandemic.
Our strategies are aligned to the changing market and supply chain maturity for our customers and our solution levers aligned to outcomes enable customers to drive resilient, efficient and intelligent Supply Chain Operations.
Our offerings and solutions are aligned to the Supply Chain Operations Reference (SCOR) model catering to industry specific requirements across the value chain
The high-tech industry is going through large-scale disruption. Value is migrating from products and devices to software platforms; Intense competition, extreme cost pressures, inefficient and fragmented processes, siloed data, and legacy systems are forcing businesses across the world to make changes.
The business that has a steady stream of actionable information is the more agile, cost efficient, and better supply chain partner than the competition. How do you enhance the bottom line? In the context of supply chain, you do it with Demand Sensing.