Supply chain ecosystems have grown into vast and dynamic environments with multiple suppliers compiling their goods and services into a single product lifecycle. Organisations, handling such extensive webs of vendors, network partners and contractors can often face a multitude of roadblocks – environment health and safety violations, logistical challenges, lost productivity, natural disasters and more. This, in turn, leads to delayed deliveries, unplanned shutdowns, and revenue losses.
To mitigate these risks systems have sprung into place that help control the complexity. This white paper will discuss: