Poll – What are the biggest problems with Supply Chain Management Software and Systems?


Executives, managers and businessmen encounter a multitude of problems while deciding, selecting, implementing and using supply chain management software.

We have created a poll to stimulate discussion on the most common problems. Please participate in the poll and use comment section to share your experience. Here is the link to the poll http://linkd.in/ri2eFw 

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  • Rebecca says:

    Globalization presents several critical supply chain management challenges to enterprises and organizations:

    First, to reduce costs across the supply chain, enterprises are moving manufacturing operations to countries which offer lower labor costs, lower taxes, and/or lower costs of transport for raw materials. For some companies, outsourcing production involves not only a single country, but several countries for different parts of their products.

    Mr. Sood, I think there should be more content in this blog

  • Semaj says:

    Supply chain management procedures aren’t always smooth. Mobile data collection, however, can help solve roadblocks.

    Managers are always working to solve a unique assortment of challenges that threaten to disrupt the flow of their supply chains. As you might imagine, a kink in the supply chain can cause product shipments and other warehouse operations to come to a halt

    For example, if one supplier is preventing a company from developing a product because they’re failing to deliver certain items, this can damage the latter’s bottom line and disrupt other suppliers that are relying on product shipment orders.

    Why do these hold-ups – as well as other supply chain and supply chain management problems – occur? They happen for a number of reasons. Let’s address a few issues that rattle supply chain and supply chain management strategies and how mobile data collection software can help solve them…..[https://bit.ly/2QhLqTg]

  • Mason says:

    Sorry, I went to the link but it is not working. I think I’m too late to give Poll.

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