Manufacturing supply chains face an era of accelerated disruption fueled by major global events and challenges such as trade wars, environmental changes, political events and fast-changing regulatory requirements to name but a few. For process manufacturers in particular, this means additional pressure on top of the already complex business environment in which they operate, which is marked by fluctuating costs of raw materials, tight profit margins, increasing consumer expectations for detailed product information, and the management of quality, waste, and potentially hazardous products.
Download this IDC guide to learn:
- Why traceability matters -96% of manufacturers focus on improving supply chain visibility in order to gain process efficiencies and enhance customer satisfaction.
- The benefits and the broader opportunities of traceability - from reactive to proactive
- The role of Technology - Being able to easily access accurate, real-time information is key to traceability