Consistent perfect order delivery - on-time and in-full at the lowest possible cost – is critical. Yet, recent surveys of supply chain stakeholders reveal that many don't have the technology necessary to achieve the perfect order. Nearly half of respondents use legacy frameworks, such as spreadsheets and ERPs, and report that their supply chain business network operations are under a static set of logic rules. Even those that report using cloud-based, dynamic technology that is flexible and easily configurable, claimed less than excellent end-to-end visibility, as well as integration and interoperability. So what's going on?
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