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Old 12-13-2017, 08:31 AM   #1
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Default Every Supply Chain Should Have a Cloud Computing Silver Lining

For supply chains to operate effectively and efficiently, a real time exchange of knowledge and the ability to collaborate with external and internal partners - suppliers, customers, logistics operators - to manage events in real time is essential. However, this has never been achievable until now. The Cloud brings this capability - without capital expenditure and with costs directly related to the level of business you are conducting.

Manufacturing processes do not benefit to the same extent as supply chain processes. The ability to share real time event information with partners, while being critical in supply chains, is not usually essential in manufacturing. Also, manufacturing processes are often unique to product ranges, and frequently to individual companies.

Supply chain, and in particular logistics, processes are shared across many sectors and most product ranges. They follow the same basic principles and goals and use similar resources. While there are differences, they are not as radical as in manufacturing.


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