Nobody needs to tell organizations dependent on supply chains that recent times have been full of uncertainty. Disruptions, economic challenges, global crises, and sudden changes in consumer demand continue to test resilience and agility. Supply chains today are complex and global, often involving hundreds, if not thousands, of suppliers and products at different stages of the journey from raw materials to finished goods in the hands of customers. However, data is distributed everywhere across global supply chains, and it is not always accessible, usable, up-to-date, or well governed. Critical opportunities to succeed in the supply chain by leveraging trusted data are missed.
Behind the physical supply chain, organizations need a data supply chain: one that enables you to develop and share insights across partners, use governed information flows to manage inventories and reduce costs, and increase real-time awareness of changing situations so you can adapt quickly.
Join this TDWI Virtual Solution Summit to learn how to modernize your data strategy to minimize disruptions, increase agility, and optimize supply chains. Speakers will discuss forward-looking best practices for fixing systematic issues that make data sharing difficult. We will discuss how logical data fabrics and data virtualization can help you increase the business value of data in your supply chain.