Friday 13th Dec 2019 - Logistics Manager Magazine

Adapt to change more efficiently with an integrated platform

Supply chain and logistics leaders have seen major disruption from e-commerce, and they know they must be prepared for unexpected changes.

Today’s supply chain looks vastly different than yesterday’s. Logistics leaders must be prepared for unexpected changes from e-commerce to compliance, and an integrated supply chain execution platform helps adapt to these shifts.

A platform approach can provide flexibility and replace outdated transportation systems that are unable to keep up with the pace of today’s supply chains. With global logistics expected to reach £8.24 trillion by 2020, a single, integrated platform can help identify opportunities to save money.

While most platform users focus on improving transportation management, the real power of the platform can be found in the access to real-time data and the ability to create strategic business solutions from it.

Could your organisation benefit from a proven solution for integrated supply chain management? Take a look to find out more information on how an integrated platform can help increase your transparency and capability to adapt to change and growth.

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