Enabling visibility and collaboration in your business: Despite significant investments in ERP and other IT projects, food and beverage companies continue to struggle with collaboration and visibility across their supply chains. Our experience shows that there are certain key capabilities that are required for sustainable supply chain improvements:
Actionable visibility: Users can work across multiple underlying systems—such as ERP, planning, CRM, shop floor —with real-time, connected views and bi-directional integration.
Role and exception-based analytics: Users focus on alerts and exceptions that are presented through a self-service model with linked key performance indicators and metrics throughout the organization.
Flexible collaboration and workflow: Users can access simplified workflows across roles and partners with structured and unstructured collaboration, extending the reach of supply chain data.
To drive these capabilities, food and beverage organizations must utilize their existing information technology investments and begin to green-light small, targeted supply chain projects that are built on an extendable, scalable collaboration and visibility technology platform. By taking these steps, you’ll gain a clear view of the data that drives your business and the path to delivering more profitable customer experiences.