From AI/ML-powered smart factories and supply chain to data-driven marketing and personalization, AWS has been integrating and building experiences that are impactful for consumer goods brands and consequently, their retailer customers alike.
The ability for retailers and CPG companies to accurately forecast short-term consumer demand and ensure products are available to consumers when they need them most has been thrust to the forefront with the onset of the worldwide health crisis.
Resilience — the ability to recover from setbacks quickly and react to changes nimbly — has come to define the COVID era. At EdgeVerve, we believe that resilient will be those enterprises who invest in a connected and cognitive supply chain. In this e-book, we show you how.
Today’s supply chains have become increasingly complex and almost impossible to manage. Globalization, mergers and acquisitions, and changes in consumer behavior are just a few of the disruptors that have made managing a manufacturing supply chain a daunting task at best.
Just five short months ago, the consumer goods industry was focused on building a supply chain to support the omnichannel era, focusing on four key areas: demand planning, fulfillment, manufacturing, and last-mile delivery. However, since then the industry has been flipped on its head.
As manufacturers adapt to a path to purchase that includes meeting customers almost anywhere, they’re now learning how to become as adept at customized fulfillment as they've been at moving mass quantities of products.