At the root of many of these problems are spreadsheets being forced into the role of the source of truth for key projects or processes.
Simply put, spreadsheets were never intended to be dynamic. In fact, they were meant for monthly and quarterly updates, like a P&L or Balance Sheet.
In dynamic environments, like supply chain and customer service, that simply isn’t good enough. Leaders need to make same-day, and often same-hour, decisions.
Through less firefighting, more collaboration, and a proactive culture of continuous improvement.
Including enhanced logistics, inventory management, claim and penalty management, and event management.
A faster, more efficient supply chain allows for the protection and growth of revenue.
Supply chain managers know all too well the story of endless work and chaos. Take a walk on the simpler side of supply chain management, through this guide that illustrates the dramatic differences SCSM makes in a day in the life of a supply chain manager. You’ll receive a clear description of what SCSM is, how it works, and a clear description of improvements you can count on. Customer testimonials further prove out SCSM’s power, by sharing the positive changes it brought to their supply chain processes, company culture, and job in general.