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A SMARTER SUPPLY CHAIN

The supply chain leaders in this turbulent global economy are using incisive and practical technologies such as cloud and analytics to manage increasingly complex resources.

By harnessing the power of market-leading tools, companies can boost revenue and expand the enterprise while significantly decreasing operating costs and working capital—all through smarter supply chain management.

INNOVATION, SPEED AND AGILITY

Today, the supply chain function faces a number of demands— economic volatility, data irregularities and talent shortages among them. As if these weren’t enough, CSCOs are also grappling with the increasing complexity of their global supply chain management systems.

At the same time, our research indicates that spending on cost of goods sold and selling, general and administrative costs can equal 50 to 75 percent of a company’s total revenues.

To succeed in this climate, smart companies are taking steps to manage market forces more nimbly. Developing an end-to-end supply chain management system can help companies increase speed to market, fund innovation and enable agility, among other benefits.

THE CONTROL TOWER

BY THE NUMBERS

Tushar Narsana

Global Offering Lead, Supply Chain BPS

Four patents, and now at the helm of Accenture Supply Chain BPS

“It's about helping companies make better business decisions and working more coherently toward better business results. When you do it right, you reduce risk and enhance revenues. We do it right.”

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