The shock-resistant, resilient supply chain — demand management enables supply chain and financial resilience.
“Black swan” events highlight the need to transform traditional supply chain methods. Supply chain leaders are particularly under pressure to collaborate across the organization to build an agile and shock-resistant supply chain. Fortunately, supply chain leaders can look to new technologies that dramatically improve visibility across the end-to-end supply chain and drive decision-making to the edges of the enterprise.
In this white paper, you’ll receive insights into:
How command centers enable active demand management and prescriptive decision-making
The benefits of technology underpinning shock-resistant supply chains
How to orchestrate business performance by breaking down silos and providing fast access to meaningful data
In an age of instant gratification, meeting immediate market demand is key to retaining competitive advantage. In fact, the Now Economy is all about understanding how crucial it is to cater to demand before it changes. With fluctuating customer attitudes and diminishing loyalty, every advantage counts.
A joint paper — Demand Sensing: A Critical Supply Chain Capability for the Now Economy — by GEP and Supply Management Insider discusses how demand sensing helps companies make their supply chains more proactive and responsive as demand fluctuates. It’s a game changer for firms with large sales volumes.
Why Read It:
A hands-on perspective on demand sensing within product lifecycles
The unique, unified technologies behind demand sensing
How finely-honed algorithms make sense of internal and external data
The paper is a must-read for supply chain and procurement leaders looking to make their supply chain responsive to immediate demand — get your complimentary copy today.
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