Today’s global supply chains are longer and more complex than ever. Data-driven logistics technologies are enabling companies to innovate and cut costs with leaner inventory management—but in an interconnected world, highly optimized supply chains can become a single point of failure.
When COVID-19 struck, one of the first and most worrying impacts for many consumers was a rush on household goods. Resource shortages and new restrictions put supply chains under stress, and empty supermarket shelves became a common sight for several weeks.
What lesson can we learn from 2020? One crucial takeaway is that supply chains can and should be more resilient. By building alternative sourcing strategies, businesses can reduce the risk of external shocks disrupting daily operations.
Logistics leaders know that modern supply chains run on data—and Graz knows data integration inside out. To learn more about how Graz can help you build a resilient supply chain, reach out to us today.