Optimal visibility is the foundation for the Next Generation Supply Chains.
Higher visibility leads to better decision making that makes operations more efficient, resulting in higher profitability.
This paper looks at different tracking approaches to identify the foundational tracking attributes within a supply chain. By categorizing them into what we refer to as hard and soft attribute-based tracking a fuller view of your supply chain emerges. Implementing both hard and soft attribute-based tracking is key to achieving near optimal visibility and an efficient and highly profitable supply chain.
Dr. Sanjoy Paul, innovator, disruptive entrepreneur, and an industry-recognized expert in AI & IoT
Prof. Hau Lee, Professor at Stanford University Graduate School of Business and Co-Director of the Value Chain Initiative
Mahesh Veerina, seasoned Silicon Valley entrepreneur, technology executive and investor, and CEO of Cloudleaf
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