Customer expectations, human rights, and supply chain sustainability laws all over the world call for end-to-end supply chain transparency now more than ever. Supply chain mapping across all tier levels is no longer optional.
For many manufacturers, the siloed systems and processes that make up sales and revenue management cause significant revenue loss. But, integrating both processes on a common platform creates a single source of truth centered around your customer data.
Supply chain resiliency is the ability of an organization to avoid, absorb and recover from the business impact of disruptions through a risk-balanced approach to product, supply chain strategy and network design.
Supply chain visibility is often thought of as tracking the physical location of goods and assets. But the process of getting products to customers is ultimately a digital one — from negotiations, purchase orders, and acknowledgments to shipping confirmations and receiving payment.
Smaller business owners commonly use Small Business Administration (SBA) 7a loans to finance industrial real estate such as warehouses, distribution centers and factories, but with recent interest rate increases, costs of those floating-rate loans are rising.