For decades, the highest achievement in supply chain management was the ability to cut costs. Today, this goal is joined with customer satisfaction, efficiency, and sustainability. Ethical behavior plays a big part in the strategic supply chain management decision-making process. So while cost-reduction remains a priority, it no longer automatically equals victory.
The technologies that initially defined digital transformation — artificial intelligence, process automation and deep analytics powered by machine learning — are continuing to evolve, even as new technologies rise to augment and complement their capabilities. Looking ahead, it’s clear that companies who want to compete effectively in the digital marketplace of tomorrow will need to give serious consideration to — and make significant investments in — these new technologies today.
In the foreseeable future, enterprises and customers will demand that supply chains sense in real-time, intelligently analyze data and synchronously execute on decisions. In practice, this might mean responding to last-minute changes in customer-requested product configurations or the location and timing of delivery. Real-time execution capability will also further enable product-as-a-service business models. We will look into some of the key emerging technologies and their impact and usage in Supply Chain space.
- IOT, Block Chain, RPA
- Artificial Intelligence Machine Learning and Automation
- Paperless Warehouses, Autonomous Trucking, Robotic Automated Storage and Retrieval
- Hyper automation
- Digital Supply Chain Twin
- Circular Supply Chain
- Cloud Based Solutions
- Digital Lean Manufacturing
- Smart Factory
- Supply Chain Security and Governance
- Forum :SCM Forum
- Seminar :Supply Chain Webinar
- Topic :Emerging Trends & Technology in Supply Chain Management
- Date :18th February 2022
- Time :7.00 – 8.30pm (Dubai, UAE Time)
- Phone :+971 5458 156 23