Roadmap for a resilient and sustainable supply chain

Visual - Roadmap for a Resilient and Sustainable Supply Chain

A resilient and sustainable supply chain helps everyone – no matter how their needs and requirements evolve. Suppliers gain operational efficiencies that motivate their own sustainability strategies. Customers align with partners who support their efforts. Communities benefit from corporate neighbours who are environmentally and socially accountable. According to Nielsen, 72% of consumers prefer to buy from environmentally friendly brands, while 73% say they’re willing to change their consumption habits to reduce environmental impact. Logility, in collaboration with Supply Chain Media, created this roadmap to pave the way for a resilient and sustainable supply chain.

The first stop sign on the road to a resilient and sustainable supply chain is ‘Limited Visibility’, where you are unable to respond effectively to supply disruptions due to lack of visibility into internal and external operations. To get the traffic light to turn green, and continue the road, you can:

  • Evaluate existing supply chain processes and supporting system
  • Replace data siloes with a common digital platform for integrated decision support
  • Capture real-time data across planning, sourcing and procurement functions
  • Enable continuous planning to anticipate or circumvent inventory shortages, bottlenecks and compliance issues.

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Roadmaps Supply Chain Movement

The Roadmaps provided by Supply Chain Movement are visual representations of strategic plans that assist in optimizing supply chain processes. They present a simple way of illustrating how companies can achieve their desired objectives.

A Roadmap aids in:

  • Identifying areas for improvement
  • Implementing changes
  • Increasing efficiency
  • Enhancing competitive positioning 

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