Whether you are a business-to-business Chief Information Officer (CIO) or a self-employed information technology (IT) guru, you have no doubt grown sick and tired of your employees and clients asking you about how to leverage ‘big data’, machine learning (ML), and artificial intelligence (AI) in their day-to-day operations.
According to SCM world, 64% of supply chain executives postulate that big data analytics is a disruptive and important technology, with long-term change in management structure inevitable.
What’s more, you are also certainly growing weary of having to constantly recover, repair, and make more robust incompatible stores of data that provide little, if any, value to the end user.
External supply chain managers as well as in-house, executive-level leaders are just as frustrated with this seemingly endless deluge of information that they are supposed to understand and use when making strategic decisions across global networks.
In order to move beyond this paralysis by analysis, companies no longer need to look to external databases or management information systems so much as select the right software that works not only across corporate boundaries, but geographic ones as well.
This vision of realizing an optimised supply chain is not only achievable for the smallest business owner, but a strategy that can result in a key competitive advantage for large, well-known corporations, especially when that operator or chief executive selects ParceLive by Hanhaa as the simple, yet effective, solution for information management.