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Strategies to Optimize Costs in Your Global Supply Chain


July 31, 2013

Increasing supply chain visibility is a critical strategy for reducing costs and improving operational performance. 63% of respondents in a recent AberdeenGroup study placed a high priority on improving visibility into their increasingly complex global supply chains.

AberdeenGroup’s newest report, Supply Chain Visibility: A Critical Strategy to Optimize Cost and Service, identifies key strategies across the following areas:

  • Product and shipment visibility
  • Transport and logistics events
  • Supply chain finance and intelligence
  • Dynamic and collaborative processes

Find out how you can achieve improvements in revenue and profit margins through increased visibility - download the report today!

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