To keep up with the ever-increasing pace of change, companies across all industries must use digital innovations to control the movement of their products more efficiently. Still, overseeing your supply chain can be a complicated task – especially if you work with fresh produce like food retailers do.
Things can change in a split second, which is why it’s crucial that your supply chain be able to adapt to new conditions quickly and reduce the risk of large amounts of spoilage.
As the world continues to change, it’s crucial you’re able to address customers’ issues faster, with greater visibility and control over your supply chain.
of organisations surveyed are either using or piloting a range of innovations…6
Almost half use AI to ensure audit accuracy and regulatory compliance.7
Incorporating IoT data into their supply chain has shortened the time it takes to fulfil orders by an average of 6 working days.8
Over three-quarters agree that blockchain technology will reduce incidents of fraud in their supply chain by 50% or more over the next 5 years.9
69% say SCM solutions powered by digital assistants increase employee productivity.10
When it comes to sourcing and producing foods, you and your customers want to be able to track and trace where your produce comes from.
Back in the factory, you need to juggle a number of tasks: controlling your inventory, checking quality standards and distributing foods quickly.
The last thing your customers want to see is empty shelves. If you don’t have the item they’re looking for, someone else will.
look to IoT to better plan for consumer demands and predict changes in things like weather and shopping patterns.