Never have supply chains experienced as much disruption as in the recent past. Organisations are seeking an integrated real-time view of their supply chains with their ecosystem of suppliers and customers. Hence, there is a need for organisations to reimagine their supply chain transformation strategy to become transparent, connected, resilient and autonomous. The pressures in today's volatile and disruptive world have made it incumbent on organisations to leverage digital capabilities across AI, ML, RPA and advanced analytics as they collaborate with their supplier partners and customers. Investments in supply chain transformation is an imperative for digital champions across the value chain of procurement, logistics and planning as they look to build trust while delivering sustained outcomes in terms of improved revenue and optimised costs and working capital while maintaining resilience and compliance.
PwC India’s supply chain transformation solutions provide a tailor-made roadmap for your journey.
Sudipta Ghosh, Partner – Supply Chain Transformation, and Leader – Data and Analytics, PwC India, and Nitin Soundale, Partner – Supply Chain Transformation, PwC India, discuss supply chain control towers and the need for end-to-end visibility over supply chains for improved decision-making.
Ajay Nair, Partner and Leader – Supply Chain Transformation, PwC India and Sudipta Ghosh, Partner – Supply Chain Transformation, and Leader – Data and Analytics, PwC India, talk about the importance of building resilience in supply chains.
Building connected and resilient digital supply chains
PwC’s Supply Chain Transformation Solution delivers business outcomes to clients leveraging our proprietary BXT approach of "human experience-centric transformation" along with our technology and analytics embedded propositions.
Reduced logistics cost
Reduced material/services cost
Efficiencies in network, logistics and procurement
Strategic SC risk management - disruptions
Contracts, supplier risk
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