In the wake of the pandemic, 93% of organizations have faced challenges associated with erratic demand. As static planning based on historical demand becomes increasingly irrelevant, supply chain leaders must find ways to continuously plan in real time by using new sources of data to sense changes in demand as they occur. With industry-specific AI models and proprietary data sources available only from IBM, we can help you to automate the right parts of your workflows to drive a shift from reactive to proactive planning. By following this approach, some IBM clients have increased forecast accuracy by 30 percent and decreased lost sales by 60%.¹
AI senses new demand signals, so you can assess and act on market shifts while balancing lean operations and lowering risk over the long term.
Intelligent workflows can replace manual data collection with automation, which helps you save time and free up resources.
Shared platforms support continuous collaboration, so you can join forces with ecosystem partners to rapidly resolve issues — even before they occur.
Simplify supply chain planning to improve forecast accuracy, minimize lost sales and reduce overhead.
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