Executive Briefings

Execution Convergence Is Where Supply Chains Are Headed

Supply chain execution convergence (SCEC) describes the next generation of supply chains, which create a totally integrated supply chain by bringing together individual silos within the organization.

This model offers supply chain managers new ways to create end-to-end visibility and the ability to quickly react to disruptions.

Moving forward towards SCEC adoption is a necessity for today's global supply chain managers. In order to achieve supply chain excellence supply chains must operate on international systems, or use a common end-to-end process to be connected to all global partners.

It is highly important to connect the dots in the supply chain. For instance, if transportation is optimized but other aspects of the supply chain are not, then true optimization becomes impossible. Integration is a must.

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This model offers supply chain managers new ways to create end-to-end visibility and the ability to quickly react to disruptions.

Moving forward towards SCEC adoption is a necessity for today's global supply chain managers. In order to achieve supply chain excellence supply chains must operate on international systems, or use a common end-to-end process to be connected to all global partners.

It is highly important to connect the dots in the supply chain. For instance, if transportation is optimized but other aspects of the supply chain are not, then true optimization becomes impossible. Integration is a must.

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