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Supply Chain Management Adoption Trends and Customer Experience 2022
Supply chain management has become a hot topic. From empty grocery shelves to cargo ships lined up at ports, the term “supply chain” is on everyone’s lips. This report quantifies the current adoption and investment trends for SCM technology, as well as the benefits driving companies to expand their implementations. We assess these trends by organization size and sector and look at the ROI and TCO experiences of organizations that have adopted SCM. We conclude with practical advice for those planning new investments in SCM.
Global Crises Fueling New Investments in Supply Chain Management
Global crises continue to push supply chain management systems to the brink. Delays and shortages have led business leaders to question their longstanding commitment to lean inventory, just-in-time manufacturing, and reliance on long offshore supply chains. This Research Byte provides a summary of our full report on supply chain management adoption and customer experience.
Manufacturing Digital Services 2020-2021 RadarView™
The Manufacturing Digital Services 2020-2021 RadarView™ report provides information to assist enterprises in charting out their action plan for digital transformation. It identifies key global service providers and system integrators that can expedite their transformation journey. It also brings out detailed capability and experience analyses of leading vendors to assist manufacturers in identifying strategic partners for their digital transformation journeys. The 97-page report also highlights key industry trends in the manufacturing space and Avasant’s viewpoint on them.
Supply Chain Management Adoption Trends and Customer Experience 2013
Competitive pressures, globalization and increasingly complex offshore manufacturing relationships are spurring organizations to expand their supply chain management (SCM) systems, which encompass a wide variety of technologies and capabilities. This report quantifies the current adoption and investment trends for supply chain management systems as well as the benefits that are driving companies to expand their SCM implementations. We assess these trends by organization size, sector and geography. We look at the ROI and TCO experience of those that have adopted SCM along with current investment per SCM user. We conclude with practical advice for those considering investment in SCM technology. (27 pp., 12 figs.) [Research Byte and Sample Pages]
Get on Top of Supply Chain and Customer Management Applications
Supply chain difficulties and customer relationship management (CRM) missteps directly impact the corporate bottom line. Solutions center around sharing information through new partnerships conducted through the Internet. But, accomplishing this goal requires an unprecedented openness and trust among participants.