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Six Benefits of End-to-End Supply Chain Visibility

Supply Chain Brain

Industry research suggests only 6% of supply chain professionals claim to have full visibility into their supply chain, and only 17% claim to have partial visibility. But why are those numbers so low?

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How much supply chain visibility is too much visibility?

Procurement Insights

To what degree does a breakdown or inefficiency at one point have a ripple effect through the other E2E touchpoints? So, how much supply chain visibility is “too much visibility” in relation to what happens at some unseen point down the chain?

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At which point should end-to-end (S2C) source-customer visibility begin in the manufacturing process?

Procurement Insights

I obviously think what EiKO is doing regarding process visibility is great – kudos to the company for its progressive customer-centric thinking. The question I have is how many organizations have the same visibility in their Source-2-Customer (S2C) process before their product becomes an order for their customers?

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End-to-end Supply Chain Visibility is a Problem for Almost Half the APAC Region

Supply Chain Brain

Over half of APAC shipment tracking and logistics asset tracking solutions said that integration challenges are holding back the mass adoption of end-to-end supply chain visibility tools.

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Case Study: DSV Implements a Single-Instance Control Tower with a Global Footprint

After having opened a new warehouse in Johannesburg - the largest integrated logistics center on the continent - a multi-national FMCG Healthcare company approached DSV South Africa (SA) for services across the end-to-end supply chain. At the time, each unit had its own team operating according to their own systems and processes.

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The Need for End-to-End Visibility in Food Supply Chains

Supply Chain Brain

Kevin Beasley, Chief Information Office with VAI, discusses the challenge that food producers, distributors and retailers face in achieving the level of supply-chain visibility that allows them to act quickly and precisely in the event of a product recall.

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End-to-End Visibility: A Solution for Uncertain Times

Supply Chain Brain

Companies with high levels of visibility tackle their most significant data challenges and transform information into valuable insights.

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The Easiest Platform to Manage Shipments

As a result, shippers are dealing with high freight costs, late shipments, lack of visibility, process inefficiencies, and other complexities.

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The Art of Consistent Perfect Order Delivery: Smart Order Fulfillment Through Orchestration

Even among businesses that use cloud-based dynamic technology, few rated their end-to-end visibility, integration, and interoperability as excellent. Close to half of respondents rely on legacy frameworks, spreadsheets, and on-premise ERPs. So, what's going on?