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Enabling Supply Chain Visibility and Collaboration in the Cloud


May 11, 2011

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Aberdeen’s Research Benchmarks provide an in-depth and comprehensive look into process, procedure, methodologies and technologies with best practice identification and actionable recommendations for the supply chain.

This benchmark report of 150+ surveyed companies, is a summary of the key findings – especially focusing on the role of cloud-based solutions (like Software as a Service (SaaS) and managed services) in enabling visibility and promoting collaboration within integrated demand-supply networks. SaaS has been proven to provide companies with a competitive advantage in areas that require multi-enterprise collaboration, like B2B integration and customer/supplier collaboration.

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