Supply chain resilience is becoming more important because the frequency, magnitude and associated costs of supply chain disruptions are increasing by the day. The frequency of disruptions is now such that the likelihood that a manufacturing organization will not experience a disruption in the next 24 months is a mere 2%.
This whitepaper will discuss:
- The minimum requirements for attaining ROI with supply chain resiliency
- Areas of exploration for saving opportunities and advanced sourcing
- The importance of supply chain visibility
- Enterprise examples of the ROI of supply chain visibility and resiliency