Explores how wholesalers can use modern digital order management systems and process innovations to meet customers’ demands for flawless delivery and the best possible price, availability, and customer service.
As disruptions and uncertainties ripple through the global economy, businesses are discovering the advantage of adaptive logistics and supply chain networks. The following five steps can help you prepare for the uncertainties ahead: Creating visibility and agility throughout your supply network; developing scenario planning capabilities; deploying automated digital processes; strengthening partner collaboration; and ensuring responsive customer service.
Businesses have been grappling with the global pandemic for nearly a year, forcing many companies to make radical changes that impact both the selling and distribution of goods while maintaining customer loyalty.
Perfect delivery, the ability to deliver a complete order to the right customer in perfect condition on time, is what every company strives for. To get started on that journey, companies need to take stock of their order management and inventory operations and embrace strategies to achieve full visibility, foster a customer-centric mindset, and harness next-gen technologies to create a flexible and adaptive supply chain.
Despite massive shifts in consumer behavior, CPGs can attain the perfect delivery with modern cloud solutions from Oracle. By rethinking order-to-fulfilment capabilities across inventory, orders, logistics, and trade compliance, CPGs can differentiate offerings, build brand loyalty, and boost their competitive advantage.
The Ferrari Consulting and Research Group announces the availability of a new technology focused market education Research Advisory: New Rules for Supply Chain Insights, Collaboration and Overall Resiliency.
It’s more important than ever for supply chain managers and leaders to have full visibility across the supply network to make decisions quickly. This is especially vital in supply, demand, and sales and operations planning as organizations move toward a continuous planning cycle.