The Internet of Things Supply Chain

The biggest obstacle to being ready for the IoT is mindset - businesses need to think beyond their traditional roles in order to thrive when the IoT arrives in full force.

Imagine a world where physical objects exchange knowledge and cooperate together like teammates to achieve unparalleled business efficiency.

From textile looms to shipping pallets to store shelves, everything in the supply chain would sync, automatically, to optimize operations.

The Internet of Things is bringing about that world at a furious pace - very soon over 26 billion devices of all shapes and sizes will be connected to the Internet.

If you’re a retailer or a manufacturer, you will face greater complexity than ever before, but there are tangible steps you can take to prepare yourself to thrive in the upcoming whirlwind of the Internet of Things Supply Chain.

New Technology Also Means Greater End-to-End Visibility and Predictive Power
By being agile, supply chains can respond to volatile conditions and do things like:

  • Reroute inventory at will
  • Consolidate and create efficient shipments
  • Accommodate painless and profitable returns
  • Support servicing parts on-demand
  • Manufacture quick runs of short-lifecycle products
  • Confi gure and change orders even in the middle of production
  • Aggregate data across regions to predict future demand accurately

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