Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management - Predict & adapt fast with connected modern supply chain technology
Driving Efficiencies from the Supply Chain of the Future white paperDownload white paper
Today, more than ever before, modern supply chain management has become an integral part of business, and it is essential to any company’s success and customer satisfaction. Reaching optimal supply chain management has the power to boost your customer service, reduce your operating costs and improve your financial standing.
When your supply chain is fully integrated into all your end-to-end business processes to achieve a demand driven approach, this can result in a significant improvement in sales, a reduction in operating expenses and a 20-30% reduction in inventory.
Consumers are driving demand at a fast pace, with 56% of them actively seeking to buy from the most innovative companies, those that consistently introduce new products and services based on consumer needs and new technology. Time sensitive, always-mobile, and always-connected consumers mean that supply chains must be agile to succeed.
Customers have the power to access social media to voice brand concerns within seconds, so doing the “same old” will not do. Manufacturers must look at their supply chains from a different perspective.
Are you prepared for a rapidly changing supply chain?
It is a tough environment for manufacturers today. You’re challenged with rapid product development, getting the highest profits by being first to market, dealing with shortening product life cycles and global competition.
In our latest Expert View series, a new and thought provoking 8-part series, taking you on a modern digital journey through the manufacturing supply chain, we talk about how to:
- Adapt to disruptions successfully
- Ensure business continuity during distress
- Make data-driven decisions confidently in a crisis
Supply chain digitisation: improving efficiency, agility and customer experience
Digitising has the potential to increase visibility as well as agility, and enable businesses to anticipate problems ahead of time. A proactive response ultimately means that businesses can answer customer demand quicker, and is a major area of focus for businesses across the manufacturing spectrumDownload Infographic
Driving Efficiencies from the Supply Chain of the Future
When supply chains expand, they become more complex and, without the latest technology in place, may even become unsustainable.Download paper