Some companies want more analytics, AI and ML from their Supply Chain Management (SCM) software, but others are still working to ditch their manual, spreadsheet and paper-based approaches to supply chain management in favor of more automated, technology-based systems. The current labor shortage is one driver of this trend.
As a result, companies once reluctant to adopt technology and automate processes—and didn’t want to be seen as “taking away” jobs from individuals—are now changing course and moving in a more automated direction. This, in turn, is driving interest in SCM software ranging from very basic applications like order automation to more sophisticated platforms.
If you are a food supplier or distributor, consider starting with the low hanging fruit, such as automating your order process. NetSymm helps by doing just that.
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