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A CIO's Guide to Defining and Implementing the Data-Driven Supply Chain

A CIO’s Guide to Defining and Implementing the Data-Driven Supply Chain

CIOs know that while it’s good for businesses to have lots of data, it’s what the business does with it that counts. Supply chains generate huge volumes of data, but gaining the capability to extract competitive advantage from it needs strong guidance from the IT team.

This new white paper from GEP and TechTarget — A CIO’s Guide to Defining and Implementing the Data-Driven Supply Chain — outlines the process for successfully transforming the supply chain into a function where all decisions and actions are informed by data. It also explains how a unified, cloud-native platform incorporating disruptive technologies can maximize agility, minimize complexity, and enable the IT team to help deliver the supply chain’s desired outcomes.

What’s Inside:

  • How technology can unlock significant business value from supply chain data
  • The roles and applications of disruptive technologies in a supply chain platform
  • Why supply chains need to implement a unified, integrated, cloud-based digital solution

It’s a must-read for CIOs and IT professionals who want to seize the opportunity to demonstrate the value of supply chain transformation — not just digitization — across the business.