Agility has many different implications in design and operation of the supply chain. Agility means having a resilient supply chain to be able to fulfil orders despite all the disruptions that we have been facing, and keep growing.
Disruptions in the supply chain are speed bumps and some are road blocks. They are not going to go away. If anything, they are getting larger and more frequent. To this end, supply chains need to be designed in a way that can operate smoothly despite the speed bumps.
Most organizations searching for better supply chain visibility, turn to Sales and Operations Planning Solutions (S&OP) as a first step to their digitalization of supply chain and ultimately autonomous planning.
A digital twin of your supply chain or your factories is more than just a representation of resources, suppliers, and manufacturing data. A digital twin does that and more. It must look and behave the same as your physical resources and facilities.
According to McKinsey & Co., one of the top priorities of CEOs in the new norm is sustainability. It should not be any surprise to supply chain leaders that the top two priorities in supply chain are resiliency and sustainability.
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