Every supply consists of two crucial elements: physical goods, and the digital systems that make it possible to move them. How can they be made in work in harmony?
Data is of equal importance to the actual goods that move in a supply chain. But too often it’s still entered, processed and communicated manually. So much for the vision of “digitization.” But what does that word really mean from a supply chain perspective, and how can we make certain that product and data are working in concert and moving with equal efficiency and speed? On this episode, we discuss the challenge with Eric Rempel, chief innovation officer with Redwood Logistics. He talks about how companies can ensure that supply chain data is moving at scale, in real time, without errors and in a repeatable fashion. Time to fix what Rempel calls “a massively fragmented space.” Hosted by Bob Bowman, Editor-in-Chief of SupplyChainBrain.
This episode is sponsored by Redwood Logistics.
A blot post from Redwood Logistics: “Top 5 Benefits of a Digital Twin for Your Supply Chain.”
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