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

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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.

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  • 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.

  • Berenston says:

    Software can play an important part in improving supply chain processes. However, taking on new technology generally brings with it some level of risk, especially if it challenges existing processes and business culture. Issues that commonly cause problems with implementation of new software may include; suppliers and partners unwilling to compromise, staff struggling to adjust to new processes and tools and lack of practice and training before implementation. To avoid these risks, you should consult, negotiate and communicate with all members of the supply chain before the new system goes live.

  • Savy says:

    Supply Chain Management (SCM) is an important way to track goods across departments in real-time, which can be a huge advantage. Despite this, there are several supply chain challenges that are faced with these management systems due to growing complexities. Unfortunately supply chain management systems cannot do all that companies may hope for. Be realistic about what can be achieved and research into how an SCM could help your business.

  • Ann McCord says:

    There are many benefits of ERP systems, which can manage supply chain management systems. ERP systems can integrate key information and reduce the hard work for companies by keeping them up to date from start to finish. Companies are expected to monitor stock and market products as well as many other time-consuming jobs. An ERP system offers an easier way to cope with these demands so that companies can get back on track and focus their attention on far more important matters.

  • Mickie says:

    Increased technology means that any disruptions within the delivery process can be spotted right away and therefore can be passed onto customers immediately to avoid disappointment. It may be worth finding technical advice from professionals in the know. Technology should develop quickly over time due to the advancements that are already taking place. The supply chain management software systems may be insufficient to resolve many challenging problems related to supply chain.

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