Digital tech has disrupted life and business as we know it, and supply chain management is no exception. But how exactly does digital transformation affect your business? What are the breakthrough technologies and their capabilities you need to know about? How will digital transformation impact skills requirements and work in general? Do you need to completely revamp your understanding of supply chain management? And most importantly: How do you get started?
Digital Supply Networks provides clear answers to these and many other questions. This expert guide leads you through the process of improving operations building supply networks, increasing revenue, reimagining business models, and providing added value to customers, stakeholders, and society. You'll learn everything you need to know about: stages of development, roles, capabilities, and the benefits of DSN; big data analytics including its attributes, security, and authority; machine learning, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, robotics, and the Internet of Things; synchronized planning, intelligent supply, and digital product development; vision, attributes, technology, and benefits of smart manufacturing, dynamic logistics, and fulfillment; and a playbook to guide the digital transformation journey.
- Title: Digital Supply Networks
- Release date: June 2021
- Publisher(s): McGraw Hill-Ascent Audio
- ISBN: 9781638410072
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