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Free eBook: 6 Key Benefits of End-to-End Supply Chain Visibility (And How to Achieve It)

By: Pasquale Gatti | August 27th, 2020

According to the JDA & KPMG 2019 Digital Supply Chain Investment Survey, end-to-end visibility continues to be the number one priority for supply chain executives. This has not changed. More recent research by IDC showed that supply chain visibility continues to be a top priority for supply chain professionals in 2020 with the prediction that this will continue over the next few years. 

Supply chain visibility is generally defined as the ability of parts, components, or products in transit to be tracked from the manufacturer to their final destination—with the goal being to improve and strengthen the supply chain by making data readily available to all stakeholders, including the customer.

With “all” being the keyword, those statistics above are even more alarming when you consider how critical visibility is for effective communication, proactive problem-solving, and maintaining a high level of service with customers and trading partners. 

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We’ve all experienced the lack of supply of essential goods in our supermarkets during the recent global pandemic. Not only has it highlighted the need for businesses to have greater visibility into their supply chain, but it’s also raised many concerns about businesses having full visibility into their suppliers and suppliers of suppliers. 

Download our full eBook now and you will learn:
  • Why supply chain visibility is so hard to achieve
  • Six key benefits of having full visibility into your network
  • How to get it and have your supply chain start working for you
  • How to take the next step towards gaining visibility and creating a data-driven culture around your supply chain


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