The “old model” of supply chain involves connecting companies one-to-one many times over in order to transact business across your supply network — with all companies in the network replicating their own internal demand and supply processes, and getting them connected via EDI or worse, emails and spreadsheets. This outdated model promotes delays, inaccuracies and inefficiencies across the supply chain, and makes it structurally difficult to improve performance in terms of cost, velocity and transparency. Bernard Goor explains a better way…
One Network’s Bernard Goor writes in Inbound Logistics magazine about the urgent need for Grocery retailers to digitalize their supply chains, or face the possibility of losing market share, or worse.
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