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How the cloud is impacting supply chain

Supply Chain Management

Cloud-based technology is significantly impacting supply chain everywhere. More companies are jumping on board with this technology as its capabilities continue to grow. Supply Chain Management Review said, “Quite simply, cloud is becoming a supply chain utility. It is a core capability that enables collaboration both internally and externally.” This shift is happening quickly, with incredible growth in usage over the past few years alone. Have you looked into the cloud as an option for your business?

NextGen Supply Chain: What’s in your cloud?

Of all the NextGen supply chain technologies, the cloud could be the most important today.

Not only is it already widely used and growing rapidly, but cloud is central to optimizing supply chain performance on a broad scale.

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