Companies across North America are seeing transportation costs rise as a percentage of their total costs. That’s driving a need for many business leaders to closely oversee their transportation spending.
For many organizations, a rear-view perspective on supply chain disruption reveals opportunities for course corrections that might prevent costly missteps or customer service failures in the future. Hindsight is always clear, and under normal circumstances, disruption cause-and-effect analysis is integral to process change and optimization of your supply chain network.
Supply chain visibility empowers you to reduce risk and improve customer service. That’s especially important in a period of widespread disruption, where the availability of real-time information can facilitate network planning, demand-driven adjustments and rapid communications to customers.