17 December 2012
IDC Manufacturing Insights has highlighted the top ten supply chain predictions for the year ahead.
Supply chain responsiveness is a first principle, including improving forecast accuracy, certainly; while also driving for more flexible and agile factory networks and broader visibilitySimon Ellis, IDC Manufacturing Insights The top ten supply chain trends for manufacturing in 2013 are:
"In 2013, supporting the productive enterprise, the necessity for speed in the context of complexity and data overload will require that supply chains embrace resiliency and become ‘massively multi-dimensional’,” said Simon Ellis, practice director, IDC Manufacturing Insights. “Supply chain responsiveness is a first principle, including improving forecast accuracy, certainly; while also driving for more flexible and agile factory networks and broader visibility."
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