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Data Generated By Internet of Things Can Transform Supply Chain Management

When we talk about the Internet of Things, most people think about the flood of wearables and connected devices that will be put into the hands of the consumers. This same trend, though, has the potential to transform, in good ways, supply chain management.

Data Generated By Internet of Things Can Transform Supply Chain Management

Research firm Gartner predicts that by 2020 there will be a thirty-fold increase in Internet-connected physical devices, reaching an installed based of 26 billion devices, up from just 0.9 billion five years ago.

The potential flood of information from connected devices has the potential to let modern supply chains differentiate themselves with internal and external customers and suppliers. More information, utilized smartly, can translate into deeper market insight, more successful product launches, and smoother fulfillment activities, Gartner believes.

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Research firm Gartner predicts that by 2020 there will be a thirty-fold increase in Internet-connected physical devices, reaching an installed based of 26 billion devices, up from just 0.9 billion five years ago.

The potential flood of information from connected devices has the potential to let modern supply chains differentiate themselves with internal and external customers and suppliers. More information, utilized smartly, can translate into deeper market insight, more successful product launches, and smoother fulfillment activities, Gartner believes.

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Data Generated By Internet of Things Can Transform Supply Chain Management