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The company is currently using analytics software from venture-backed company Aera Technology Inc. to mitigate supply shortages, predict spikes in demand and bottlenecks with about 100 products related to fertility drugs, Mr. de Luca said. It plans to expand the pilot program to its 5,000 products by the end of next year, which will add significant competitive advantage, he said.Read
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These days, there's nothing simple about supply and demand. With goods being manufactured all over the world, and customers expecting a very personal experience when they purchase goods and services, the idea of an intelligent, efficient supply chain becomes an increasingly vital part of doing business.
How can a large organization use cognitive automation to innovate crucial business processes? For RB, whose products include Lysol and Mucinex, one of the answers was moving away from proprietary IT technology and partnering with companies such as Aera Technology.
Cognitive technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) offer businesses an incredible opportunity to rethink traditional processes. But are AI and intelligent automation different than other enterprise technologies?
Is voice a novel trend or does it have the power to transform business processes and operations? The answer is yes. But, when it comes to digital transformation, voice is merely the front end to a back-end integration of single purpose or multi-disciplinary systems and data. Voice is solely a user interface; it isn’t the where the intelligence or integration happens. That’s an entirely new layer of technology.
As digital natives continue to push the boundaries of convenience, traditional brick-and-mortar retailers have turned to omnichannel fulfillment as a mechanism to meet rising consumer expectations.
Life sciences companies have sought to operate with minimum inventory without sacrificing customer service. That’s a delicate balance to maintain, and realistically, most companies have only succeeded in managing inventory, not optimizing it.
Where the top minds in pharma supply chain, logistics, distribution, customer service, planning, IT, quality and sourcing meet to share practical insights on how to achieve digitalisation, end-to-end visibility, customer-first strategies, and much more!
At Gartner Supply Chain Symposium/Xpo™ 2020, chief supply chain officers (CSCOs) and their leadership teams will gain a strategic view of the trends disrupting their business and the insight and frameworks they can use to build agility and robustness into systems, processes and decision making.