Artificial intelligence is redefining enterprises, industries and economies
The strength of artificial intelligence lies in the data it interprets – and the humans who adapt that analysis to business requirements.

AI-driven synergy for consumer products and retail supply chains

A superabundance of actions to monitor and manage makes the supply chain precarious and difficult to support. Better connection is needed from suppliers and parts, to inventory and orders received, to distribution and warehousing. **A supply chain that operates more “as a whole” than a group of functions is possible with intelligent automation** An end-to-end autonomous supply chain offers visibility into the whole of operations, and enabling enhanced decision-making and reduced effort and costs. **While some refer to “the death of supply chain management,” it’s actually a rebirth** The AI-enabled supply chain can be reborn as a highly optimized, self-regulating utility that automates the sum of all work flows, with a goal of less human intervention and fewer errors.

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