Companies have unique product needs to fulfill and specific customer demands to satisfy. To meet these objectives, performance improvements can come from any aspect of the product lifecycle – from sourcing to sales to end-of-life disposition. By discussing what works—and what doesn't—when executing integrated value chain solutions, we can avoid repeating the mistakes of supply chains past.
Value Unchained is an exploration of the value chain through the eyes of subject matter experts from around the globe. Each author shares first-hand knowledge on the area of the value chain they know best. Topics cover everything from supply chain processes and aftermarket services, to sustainable practices and multichannel efficiency.
Our vision is to foster dialogue that engages practitioners from across the global value chain community to examine existing processes and unlock untapped value in areas such as at-risk inventory, online retail growth, and environmentally responsible operations.
The result: a blog rich with focused points of view and real-world best practices that can help you navigate complex value chain processes and avoid unnecessary pitfalls.
We hope this blog inspires you to:
Learn to leverage emerging trends and best practices that directly impact your business.
Engage with your own practical insights and experiences.
Return often for the latest value chain discourse and topic of the day.
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