Disruptions have forced manufacturers to pivot from Just in Time to “just in case”. Manufacturers work closely with partners to better understand threats and opportunities and plan for the worst. But staying close to a larger and more diversified supply base adds complexity and risk. Manufacturers are left building up safety stock or expediting material, crushing profits.
To drive transformation that delivers ROI, manufacturers need to be able to connect data across their technology and process silos, analyze that data to develop insights, and then drive action from those insights. Many manufacturers invest heavily in collecting and analyzing but miss the action step. The companies leading the digital manufacturing revolution are tuned into the right data and use it to drive their ongoing operations.
Join us on Tuesday, Oct. 31st, at 1pm (ET) to learn:
· Why supply chain innovation could become the biggest competitive differentiator between success and failure in the future
· Managing supply chain exceptions in the time of disruption
· How to manage large complex supplier logistics and customer eco systems