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Over the years we’ve seen incremental changes that streamline and perfect this formula, but for the most part, it’s been an evolution. The traditional supply chain model has served us well, creating unprecedented levels of global wealth and opportunity. But...In recent years, 6 new pressures are stressing the system. Learn how to create value from these complexities with our latest Ebook - http://bit.ly/2a3K9x7

Over the years we’ve seen incremental changes that streamline and perfect this formula, but for the most part, it’s been an evolution. The traditional supply chain model has served us well, creating unprecedented levels of global wealth and opportunity. But...In recent years, 6 new pressures are stressing the system. Learn how to create value from these complexities with our latest Ebook - http://bit.ly/2a3K9x7

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The Rise of the Intelligent Digital Supply Chain

  1. 1. THE RISE OF THE INTELLIGENT DIGITAL SUPPLY CHAIN
  2. 2. Many consider Henry Ford and the automotive assembly line to be the birth of the modern supply chain.
  3. 3. PRODUCTS, INFORMATION, FINANCES SUPPLIERS MANUFACTURERS DISTRIBUTORS RETAILERS END CUSTOMERS In this model, suppliers distribute raw materials to manufacturers that distribute finished products to distributors who provide select amounts of that product to retail outlets that ultimately sell products to you.
  4. 4. THE EARLY, EARLY DAYS TAYLORISM, FORD ASSEMBLY LINE ENTERPRISE RESOURCE PLANNING, CROSS-DOCKING SYSTEM SHIPPING CONTAINER TECHNOLOGY, ELECTRONIC DATA INTERCHANGE MODERN SUPPLY CHAIN IS BORN THE INNOVATIVE 80S THE MODERN AGE THE NEAR-FUTURE Over the years we’ve seen incremental changes that streamline and perfect this formula, but for the most part, it’s been an evolution.
  5. 5. The traditional supply chain model has served us well, creating unprecedented levels of global wealth and opportunity.
  6. 6. But...In recent years, 6 new pressures are stressing the system.
  7. 7. Globalization Products are now developed for global markets, components are sourced from global suppliers, manufacturing moves around the world based on labor costs and government investments. NEW PRESSURES ON SUPPLY CHAINS
  8. 8. Product Complexity Product complexity is exploding due to high-tech integration into traditional products like vacuum cleaners, thermostats, washing machines and more. Connectivity Sensors Robotics AI Connectivity Sensors Robotics AI NEW PRESSURES ON SUPPLY CHAINS
  9. 9. Reduced Product Development Cycles It took the telephone 76 years to reach half the population of the united states. The smart phone did it under 10 years. TELEPHONE SMART PHONE 76 10YEARS YEARS TELEPHONE SMART PHONE 76 10YEARS YEARSTELEPHONE SMART PHONE 76 10YEARS YEARS NEW PRESSURES ON SUPPLY CHAINS
  10. 10. Mass Customization Millennials want it their way and they want it fast. Representing over a quarter of the world’s population, they have a combined estimated purchasing power of $2.45 trillion. (Source: CNBC.com) NEW PRESSURES ON SUPPLY CHAINS
  11. 11. Diminishing Natural Resources At the current level of global demand, Earth has only enough natural resources to support 2 billion people sustainably. (Source: TheWorldCounts.com) NEW PRESSURES ON SUPPLY CHAINS
  12. 12. Pace of Business Change Lower barriers to entry require companies to move at the pace of digital to avoid disruption. NEW PRESSURES ON SUPPLY CHAINS
  13. 13. These pressures are turning the linear supply chain model into a circular model.
  14. 14. Requiring new levels of visibility and control.
  15. 15. All this is creating a perfect storm...And legacy supply chains can’t keep up.
  16. 16. CIRCULAR ECONOMY CONSUMER RE-USE/REPAIR /RE CYCLING RETAILER DESIGN / MANUFACTURE RECYCLING SE CTOR Until recently it wasn’t possible to create an accurate and holistic picture of the entire supply chain.
  17. 17. But new technologies are making the impossible, possible.
  18. 18. THE TECHNOLOGIES ENABLING CHANGE Internet of Things Miniaturization is making it possible to connect everything. Sensors and controls embedded in industrial systems are creating a torrent of data that is doubling every year.
  19. 19. Big Data To gain insights from this explosion of data, we’re finding new ways to ingest and process it. THE TECHNOLOGIES ENABLING CHANGE
  20. 20. Cloud And cloud is allowing us to scale these next generation platforms to a wider audience without the capital expenditures. THE TECHNOLOGIES ENABLING CHANGE
  21. 21. These technologies form the foundation of the Intelligent Digital Supply Chain, the next generation of supply chain management tools and processes.
  22. 22. Now we can connect, collect, validate and orchestrate the entire supply chain.
  23. 23. So what will the Intelligent Digital Supply Chain help us do?
  24. 24. Make Data Driven Decisions End-to-end, real-time and actionable analytics will help us answer the toughest questions about our supply chains. Maintain Global Intelligence Providing the same point-of-view to all stakeholders allows for better forecasting and collaboration. Get to Market Faster Move from new product introduction to high volume production faster than ever. Increase Flexibility Respond to supply and demand changes in minutes not weeks. Focus on Innovation By automating administrative tasks, teams will have the time to focus on new opportunities.
  25. 25. But moving to the intelligent digital supply chain will require more than just tools.
  26. 26. It will require new workflows, skills and corporate cultures.
  27. 27. Digital transformation requires changes to processes and thinking—changes that span your internal organizational silos. The clear delineation between technical skills and leadership skills is blurring fast. George Westerman, Leading Digital: Turning Technology into Business Transformation
  28. 28. Be an early adopter of intelligent digital supply chain solutions and start innovating your digital future today. L E A R N M O R E

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