With the ongoing pandemic, orchestrating recalls is a behemoth task! How can organizations minimize the negative consequences of recalls? Undeniably, traceability is the first step to achieving supply chain visibility.
With explosive growth in online commerce and new product introductions, demand signals have become highly fragmented. Positioning inventory at the right place has become ever more critical.
As COVID-19 has shown, there has never been a better time to upend processes to embark on a digital transformation journey. To strengthen supply chains, CG supply chain planners should look to implement the following strategies.
We dig into a recent study benchmarking the state of the supply chain during the height of the pandemic. In addition to breaking down the most significant findings, we provide context to the numbers so CGs know where they stand against their peers.
The consumer goods supply chain is a living breathing entity that is constantly evolving ― an evolution that was kicked into high gear in the face of the worldwide COVID-19 health crisis.
A new study sheds light on the impact COVID-19 has had on the consumer products industry, which has had to endure unimagined marketplace disruptions and shifts in consumer behaviors during a time of crisis.
Feel like your supply chain can never get ahead? Stuck in an endless loop of emergencies, trying to prevent out-of-stocks, OTIF fines and upset retailers?
This white paper explores the disconnects across people, processes and systems that keep supply chain teams in constant firefighting mode, even before the COVID-19 crisis.
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.