To run today's supply chains requires a new paradigm, one that extends what ERP has done for the company within its four walls to the new reality of the multi-enterprise supply chain network.
Companies are increasingly relying on a global network of suppliers, contract manufacturers, logistics providers, and other partners to design, assemble, ship, sell and repair their products. As the number of partners increases, so does the level of information exchange and coordination. In order to successfully run today’s multi-enterprise supply chain, companies require a new paradigm: A Supply Chain Operating Network.
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