How supply chain managers can ensure optimal success when implementing Artificial Intelligence in the supply chain
Artificial Intelligence (AI) can offer a huge benefit to supply chain managers, but only if it is based on solid fundamentals that take into account the diverse and dynamic nature of today’s modern supply chains.
Despite all the hype and investment in AI, it is yet to deliver the breakthrough results it is capable of generating.
While AI has the potential to change the world as we know it, it can also have a significant impact on supply chain operations today.
In order to realize the full value of AI, executives should focus on ensuring the fundamentals are laid to maximize the return on their AI investment now and in future.
Simply by taking the first step, and connecting to a real-time network, companies can prepare for AI, digitize their supply chains, and realize significant benefits.
But exploiting all levels from Engagement, Intelligence to Cognition, they can realize results that are truly transformative.
This report identifies the eight fundamentals that need to be in place in order to achieve the dramatic returns that AI is capable of delivering.
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