Big Data/IOT
The Digital Supply Network: New Era of Supply Chain Visibility and Tracking

Discover how supply chains are using location technology to gain visibility and tracking capability.

The Digital Supply Network: New Era of Supply Chain Visibility and Tracking

Today’s manufacturers face a complex network of physical and digital elements. To get ahead of market pressures and outperform the competition, companies must completely transform their traditional supply chain philosophy. Location intelligence has a critical role to play in contemporary supply chain strategies and operations.

Whether planning for future supply chain requirements or reacting to real-time incidents, live operational data in geographic context speeds up response times, cuts operating costs, and improves service levels, resulting in stronger customer outcomes.

Suppliers, workers, and customers are located around the globe, spanning time zones and borders. In addition to real-time operational data, location intelligence and GIS–geographic information system technology–can show current weather conditions, environmental concerns, and even regional traffic issues.

The emergence of powerful geospatial technology helps supply chain innovators overcome the many new challenges they face on the journey to achieve higher performance in a smarter, more complex world.

Please CLICK HERE to download the whitepaper.

Today’s manufacturers face a complex network of physical and digital elements. To get ahead of market pressures and outperform the competition, companies must completely transform their traditional supply chain philosophy. Location intelligence has a critical role to play in contemporary supply chain strategies and operations.

Whether planning for future supply chain requirements or reacting to real-time incidents, live operational data in geographic context speeds up response times, cuts operating costs, and improves service levels, resulting in stronger customer outcomes.

Suppliers, workers, and customers are located around the globe, spanning time zones and borders. In addition to real-time operational data, location intelligence and GIS–geographic information system technology–can show current weather conditions, environmental concerns, and even regional traffic issues.

The emergence of powerful geospatial technology helps supply chain innovators overcome the many new challenges they face on the journey to achieve higher performance in a smarter, more complex world.

Please CLICK HERE to download the whitepaper.

The Digital Supply Network: New Era of Supply Chain Visibility and Tracking