Webinar | Using Data to Drive Supply Chain Resilience
The ongoing global logistics disruptions stemming from the COVID-19 pandemic continue to impact businesses and consumers as the flow of consumer goods.
Supply chain issues were a key challenge for many retailers throughout 2021 and these challenges are expected to persist in 2022. Now there is another challenge facing retailers – inflation. Currently running at highs not seen for over a generation in many major economies, inflation is pushing prices up and dragging consumer confidence down.
Retailers require a resilient, proactive approach to inventory and supply management to react and respond to changes in stock availability and shortages. According to World economic Forum (WEF) estimates, there is $1.5 trillion of value at stake for logistics players and a further $2.4 trillion worth of societal benefits as a result of digital transformation of the industry up until 2025.Learn how greater visibility of end-to-end data entities like inventory, fulfilment costs, and customer experience metrics can enable retailers to more effectively balance costs and services while providing amazing experiences to their customers.