SUPPLY CHAIN VISIBILITY

  Lack of Visibility can lead to Wrong Decisions, thereby reducing Business Performance  

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PROCUREMENT
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FACTORY
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PRODUCTION
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PACKING
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WAREHOUSE
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LOGISTICS
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CUSTOMER
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PLANNING

SCV Challenges and Our Solutions

Visibility is a necessary tool for running an efficient end-to-end supply chain. Supply Chain executives are utilizing visibility in the cloud to manage both the physical supply chain and supply chain finances.

The diversity of data sources produces data of low quality. Each party may unknowingly introduce errors, omissions, or inconsistencies in data due to the requirements or limitations of its own operational systems. Or a downstream party may unknowingly pass along bad data it receives from an upstream party. An error as seemingly unimportant as a misspelled city name can negatively affect rating, cost allocation, and supply-chain network analysis.

With logistics data that's standardized, normalized, and correlated to specific use cases, companies can:

 Gain reliable visibility into their Global Supply Chain Operations.

 Tie Actual Costs to Specific Services, Clients, and Products.

 Gain insights about performance of logistics operations & effects of expenses on margin optimization.

 Give greater confidence that analytics and predictive modeling provide valid insights.

Our Solutions address Quality, Completeness, and Timeliness with Reliable Information needed to drive better global logistics operations and improved management.

SUPPLY CHAIN RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT

Lack of Visibility can lead to Wrong Decisions, thereby reducing Business Performance

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SALES
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MARKETING
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RETAILER
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CONSUMER
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CUSTOMER SUPPORT

SCRM Challenges and Solutions

The supply chain consists of customers at various levels. Consumers are not the same as Channel Partners.

Both Channel Partners and Customers have disparate issues that need be addressed in the same solution in a singular view to all people within your organization.

With logistics data that's standardized, normalized, and correlated to specific use cases, companies can:

 Gain reliable visibility into their global supply-chain operations.

 Tie actual costs to specific services, clients, and products.

 Provide insights about the performance of logistics operations and the effects of expenditures on margin optimization.

 Give greater confidence that analytics and predictive modeling provide valid insights.