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Optimizing supply chain strategies and network designs keeps getting harder, with persistent challenges from increasing customer demands, disruptive competitors, and economic fluctuations. Supply chain experts are forced to manage complex multi-network operations in a state of constant flux.
While most global supply chain-reliant enterprises have already embraced the power of data and advanced analytics across their organizations, the vast majority have been working with out-of-the-box tools, cobbled together in-house applications, or spreadsheetbased solutions. These approaches are often inadequate for supply chain managers who need to handle real-time data and complex business requirements across multiple networks or systems — all while balancing risks and trade-offs.