Executive Briefings

Retail Supply Chain Collaboration Down to the Store Shelf
Retail Supply Chain Collaboration Down to the Store Shelf

New computing models and consumer behaviors have dramatically changed supply chain dynamics. Retailers and their suppliers are increasingly relying on more touch points domestically and globally to meet their end consumer needs. Consequently, the demand for enterprise communication across the supply grid has grown. These new "supply grid" enterprises can more easily work together across domestic and international boundaries to improve sales, reduce stock-outs, increase consumer loyalty and eliminate demand uncertainties, among other benefits.

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New computing models and consumer behaviors have dramatically changed supply chain dynamics. Retailers and their suppliers are increasingly relying on more touch points domestically and globally to meet their end consumer needs. Consequently, the demand for enterprise communication across the supply grid has grown. These new "supply grid" enterprises can more easily work together across domestic and international boundaries to improve sales, reduce stock-outs, increase consumer loyalty and eliminate demand uncertainties, among other benefits.

Please CLICK HERE to view this whitepaper.

Retail Supply Chain Collaboration Down to the Store Shelf