Never have supply chains experienced as much disruption as in the recent past. Organisations now seek an integrated view of their supply chain in real-time with an ecosystem of suppliers and customers. Hence, there is a need for organisations to reimagine their supply chains to become transparent, connected, resilient, autonomous digital supply chains. The pressures in a volatile world has necessitated organisations to leverage digital capabilities across AI, ML, RPA, advanced analytics to collaborate with their supplier partners and customers. Investments in supply chain digital transformation is an imperative for digital champions across the value chain of procurement, planning and logistics to improve the trust on the supply chain while delivering on sustained outcomes of improved revenue, optimal costs and working capital while maintaining resilience and compliance.
Reduced logistics cost
Reduced material/services cost
Efficiencies in network, logistics and procurement
Strategic SC risk management - disruptions
Contracts, supplier risk
As companies navigate inflationary pressures and a volatile economy, growing geopolitical uncertainty and the persistent pandemic, our PwC Digital Trends in Supply Chain Survey 2022 shows that many challenges remain to fully optimize supply chains.