Executive Briefings

Globalization and Global Trade Drives Renewed Focus on Supply Chain Visibility

An increase in the number of suppliers, customers, carriers and countries is changing the importance of collaborative synchronization between all parties in the multi-tiered global supply chain.

Aberdeen's research paper shows 78% of Chief Supply Chain Officers identify visibility as top priority. This sector insight report from Aberdeen describes strategic actions companies are taking and rolls up other key findings and recommendations from past supply chain visibility research studies.

The piece also features a case study on Lenovo, the world's second largest supplier of personal computers. Lenovo describes the problems that led them to move from e-mail and spreadsheets to an integrated cloud technology platform for visibility. Today they use the GT Nexus platform to coordinate and monitor their flow of finished goods from factories to customer delivery.

Please CLICK HERE to view this White Paper.

Aberdeen's research paper shows 78% of Chief Supply Chain Officers identify visibility as top priority. This sector insight report from Aberdeen describes strategic actions companies are taking and rolls up other key findings and recommendations from past supply chain visibility research studies.

The piece also features a case study on Lenovo, the world's second largest supplier of personal computers. Lenovo describes the problems that led them to move from e-mail and spreadsheets to an integrated cloud technology platform for visibility. Today they use the GT Nexus platform to coordinate and monitor their flow of finished goods from factories to customer delivery.

Please CLICK HERE to view this White Paper.