Supply Chain Visibility and Integration solutions are key investment decisions auto companies are making as the foundation for avoiding or mitigating supply chain risks such as late deliveries, chargebacks, supplier failures, and more. The challenge for many companies is to get a truly global end-to-end view of both inventory and supply chain transactional activity.

How it works

By aligning operational and strategic value chain objectives and balancing supply chain trade-offs you can consistently meet customer serviceability requirements, optimize working capital, and reduce distribution network costs. This solution helps you:

  • Create transparency of end-to-end supply chain to predict and react to potential supply shortages immediately
  • Enable short-term reactions to supply chain disruption to manage risk better
  • Increase revenue of after-sale business by ensuring availability of right parts, at right time, at right location

How you benefit

Our Supply Chain Visibility and Integration solutions enable end-to-end global visibility of all supply chain activity to detect exceptions and enable immediate resolution before a serious disruption occurs. The solution also provides global inventory visibility to ensure that sales are not lost, to avoid excess or obsolete inventory, and to maximize use of working capital.

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