Date: February 2, 2022
Today’s manufacturing landscape is made up of independent silos. Getting key data from all these silos, as well as older, disparate systems can be a challenge. Additionally, it can require a lot of time-consuming manual processing and additional personnel to gather this data.
With a digital supply chain powered by Intelligent Automation, manufacturers can de-silo these processes and create a data lake/process mining area where key insights can be gained. This can be done through a digital workforce, using Intelligent Automation that enables seamless supplier integration with the ability to update multiple systems accurately and efficiently. This ensures standardization of data across the end-to-end supply chain and speeds up processing. It also removes the risk of order mistakes or duplications through human error, and frees up labor to concentrate on more complex logistical tasks.
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Use Cases for Supply Chain:
Hershey - Hershey Recovers $7.4 Million in Inventory Using Intelligent Automation
Drew Sonden, Senior Solutions Consultant, Blue Prism
Patrick Wright, Client Director, Blue Prism
Robert Bowman, Editor-in-Chief, SupplyChainBrain
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