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In light of the supply chain crisis since last year, it has become more evident that organizations should adopt a supply chain planning approach that is strategic and data-driven. It also needs to be governed and measured so that organizations gain visibility into their cost-to-serve metric, and understand how planning is enabling supply chains to be resilient. Digital twins accelerate the adoption of this approach. In this context, a new term has emerged: the autonomous supply chain.
A good description of an autonomous supply chain is that it is highly responsive, proactive, constantly measured via key performance indicators, predictive and hyper-connected. The autonomous part comes when the supply chain is constantly learning and self-correcting. For autonomous supply chains to be effective, strong integrated data management with good quality of data is critical.
Read this report for five ways that companies can create and benefit from an autonomous supply chain.
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