Today, just 8% of enterprises have achieved digital maturity across their supply chain operations; half of them still lack real-time data and visibility, as revealed in a new Harvard Business Review Analytic Services study.
This, despite over 90% of executives saying that supply chain is a strategic function that directly impacts their company’s profitability and survival and is a top boardroom priority.
Clearly, even as the pandemic caused over 70% of enterprises to accelerate their digital supply chain transformation initiatives, there’s much left to be done.
This new study from Harvard Business Review Analytic Services commissioned by GEP — Transforming Supply Chains for Higher Performance and Resiliency — explores the digital status quo of supply chains today, and how enterprises can and must revamp their supply chains to thrive in a never normal world.
Read It Now To:
- Understand best practices: Digital transformation strategies that are helping industry leaders stay ahead of disruptions
- Focus on the right things: Why and how to achieve seamless cross-functional collaboration through greater automation and visibility
- Get the right tools: How digital platforms powered by AI and machine learning can help identify potential risks and boost supply chain resilience
It’s a must-read report for supply chain and procurement leaders looking to build agile, resilient and high-performing supply chains today and tomorrow.