The term Supply Chain Visibility has significantly evolved over the past several years, from a buzzword in logistics circles that referred to track and trace capabilities to a more holistic solution that extends beyond transportation to cover all order flows and inventory across both in-house and third-party locations. The shift reflects the fact that On-Time In-Full (OTIF) delivery is no longer a sufficient measure of success. Growing customer demands, supply chain complexity, and business networks have redefined the notion of the ‘perfect order’ (OTIF at the lowest possible cost) as well as what it takes to consistently achieve that standard amid disruption and uncertainty. Given the current business demands, how strong is your solution, and where might you still benefit?
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