COVID-19 created massive disruption across supply chains. The fallout shifted longstanding market dynamics, especially for e-commerce. With demand changing quickly and dramatically, supply chains must be flexible to adjust and manage variables. So how do you prioritize what complexities to tackle first?
Complete visibility into processes at each stage of the supply chain is a non-negotiable if you want to understand where the bottlenecks and costs occur, and how to make the best decisions for growth. This is especially important in the current global environment. Input products are sourced from diverse suppliers through complex global networks, which currently represent $10 trillion dollars in intermediate goods.
This report includes first-hand insights and examples shared from speakers at this year’s event including: