Digitizing your Supply Chain to be Fit for Growth

Many companies are at early stages of supply chain transformation. In a recent webcast poll, participants told us they are tackling the fundamentals by upgrading supply chain planning and execution as well as data analytics. They know there's still basic work to be done. For example, consolidating data inside organizations is a top priority, as companies build their supply chain capabilities.

Operations executives are expecting big things from digital technology, and it is not just about cost reduction.

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Key Takeaways for Creating a Connected Supply Chain

Ensure that your ecosystem provides visibility and integration to allow you to be more customer centric

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Integrate digital technology in your organization’s holistic operating model
 

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Be selective in where you invest - it needs to be right for you. Do not let technology drive your strategy

Include cultural considerations and change management from the start

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Companies are layering on Connected Supply Chain capabilities

Connected Supply Chain capabilities deliver tangible benefits to their operations

  • Processes are simplified and more efficient
  • Teams know what to focus on and prioritize
  • Decisions made faster with more confidence
  • More information is available at any time
  • The opportunity to automate is more real

"Supply chains are transforming into ecosystems that receive real-time information flows. This is leading to more visibility and integration across the supply chain, end-to-end. Companies are introducing automation to cut costs and do things faster and more efficiently."

Rob DeNardoUS Connected Supply Chain Co-Leader, PwC US

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Robert DeNardo

US Connected Supply Chain Co-Leader, PwC US

Michael Whitman

Principal, Client Service, PwC US

Juliane Stephan

Director, PwC US

Mark Hermans

Managing Director, PwC US