Influenced by the disruptions of an increasingly VUCA (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous) world, digital technologies are becoming ever more important for supply chain management. Consequently, many companies are repositioning strategically: Topics such as sustainability and risk management are increasingly coming into focus. Transparency and a detailed data overview form the basis for sound decision-making and optimized work processes. In our latest blog post, we discuss how digitization is helping to strengthen the supply chain and what challenges companies are facing in the process.
Whether supply chain legislation, climate goals or bottlenecks in supply: When it comes to their supply chain management (SCM), companies increasingly require control, transparency and agility. Without a digital infrastructure, however, the complex processes involving a large number of stakeholders cannot be adequately monitored. Unfortunately, small and medium-sized companies in particular often lack the internal structures and sufficient capacities to achieve just that. We explain how cloud computing makes the supply chain more resilient and future-ready.
Global supply chains are affected by disruption and interference, even supply shortages. That’s why supply chain resilience is becoming ever more important – we explain what the benefits of a resilient supply chain are and provide tips for their implementation.