Unify End-to-End Supply Chain Processes With Supply Chain Convergence
Published: 17 July 2018
Supply chain leaders can transform their operations by breaking down functional silos, and designing business processes that span, optimize and synchronize across traditional functional domains.
Table Of Contents
- Defining the SCM Convergence Vision
- Levels of SCM Convergence
- Level 1: Analytical
- Level 2: Transaction
- Level 3: Synchronized
- Level 4: Optimized
- Level 5: Federated
- Market Evolution
- Barriers to Supply Chain Convergence
- Bottom Line
- SCM Convergence Use-Case Examples
- Scenario 1: Customer Service
- Scenario 2: Fulfillment
- Scenario 3: Lean Manufacturing
- Scenario 4: Intelligent Manufacturing
- Scenario 5: Model-Based Manufacturing and Manufacturing Process Management
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