What does supply chain control mean? Is it the ability to track the performance of current operations after they are complete, or does it mean something else? Does it take on a new persona in the grocery vertical? Does it require more finesse than simply knowing what is happening or thinking about what could happen? The answer is all the above, and supply chain leaders need to start thinking about the problems with lackluster supply chain control visibility and limited capabilities. They need to consider those issues and how a comprehensive control tower can make all the difference.
The Big Problems Surrounding Logistics and Supply Chain Control in Recent Months
Creating a Supply Chain Control Tower Enables End-to-End Management
- Look beyond the traditional supplier channels.
- Take advantage of local sourcing strategies.
- Automate reordering based on real-time data and demand forecasting.
- Understand customer demographics and pay attention to their concerns.
- Integrate fulfillment platforms with third-party grocery delivery services.
- Take advantage of the experience of transportation management platform providers.