Be prepared. That’s the message that comes across loud and clear in this new Ferrari Consulting and Research Group advisory report.
Supply chain management teams need to be prepared for continued higher levels of global supply chain risk, complexity and overall uncertainty. At the same time, organizations must be prepared to meet industry needs for increased digital transformation.
To succeed into the future, companies will need to understand which planning capabilities lend themselves best to periods of high business uncertainty.
In this report, you’ll:
- Discover business process-focused differences between sequential planning and concurrent supply chain planning processes
- Learn about the elements required for moving toward more digitally-based business process and decision-making capabilities
- Find out which technology evaluation and assessment criteria matter when time-to-value and overall cost are important considerations