More companies than ever before are digitising processes to optimise workflows and streamline operations.
With artificial intelligence (AI) now playing a major part in the majority of supply chains globally, IBM Watson launched its IBM Sterling Supply Chain Suite last year. It is an open, integrated platform that easily connects to your supplier ecosystem, while implementing technologies such as AI and blockchain. The suite allows you to address continuous supply challenges and enable end-to-end visibility, real-time insights and recommended actions to transform disruptions into opportunities for customer engagement, growth and profit.
In order to be successful in this new age of digital transformation, supply chains must be dynamic, responsive and interconnected across ecosystems and processes. Driving efficiency is a core component of long-term success in the supply chain space. The IBM Sterling Supply Chain Suite helps develop an intelligent, self-correcting supply chain in several different ways.
Real-time intelligence and actionable recommendations
Applications and control towers, which are embedded with AI and trained in supply chain, provides end-to-end visibility, real-time alerts and recommendations that can be automated for self-correcting actions that can help drive better business outcomes.