Supply Chain

Is your supply chain your competitive advantage?

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87% of CSCOs consider proactive mitigation of risks and disruption critical, yet only 36% say they are adequately equipped to do so.1

Most businesses today are struggling with traditional supply chain models that are slow and lack end-to-end visibility. As a result, businesses are unable to sense, predict and mitigate disruptions that can cripple their supply chain operations and hence result in unhappy customers, lost reputation and shooting costs.

But it’s not all bad news. With technologies such as AI and blockchain transforming the supply chain landscape, businesses can now optimize their supply chain operations while proactively managing risks and disruptions. This not only helps deliver great customer experiences, but also gives their brand a significant competitive advantage.

Build a smarter, future-ready supply chain

Powered by AI and blockchain, IBM Watson Supply Chain enables marketers like you to build a smarter, future-ready supply chain. By arming you with real-time actionable insights and end-to-end visibility into your supply chain, it empowers you to respond faster and proactively in the face of unforeseen disruptions.

With Watson Supply Chain, businesses like yours have:

  • lessened the impact of disruption by up to 50 percent2
  • reduced disruption mitigation time from days to minutes3
  • leveraged AI to retrieve supplier data up to 90 percent faster than before4

Want to learn more about how you manage your supply chain more effectively and deliver great experiences that will keep your customers coming back for more?

Visit the IBM Watson Supply Chain booth at The Technology Supply Chain Conference and Exposition 2019 on 19 and 20 September. Don’t miss this great  opportunity to watch our experts in action and enjoy our interactive demos.

To learn how you can leverage an AI-powered supply chain for your competitive advantage, please visit:


1 IBM IBV Global Chief Supply Chain Officer (CSCO) Study

2 IBM Transparent Supply Chain Case Study: How Artificial Intelligence Transforms the Supply Chain

3 IBM Transparent Supply Chain Case Study: How Artificial Intelligence Transforms the Supply Chain

4 IBM Transparent Supply Chain Case Study: How Artificial Intelligence Transforms the Supply Chain

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