Optimize your Supply Chain with Logic
Undertaking digital transformation involves a strong evolution of operating models depending on whether you are a B2C, B2B, or B2B2C organization.
Logic’s supply chain optimization (SCO) offering controls performance and improves the efficiency of your company’s logistics chain management. However, in today’s complex omnichannel business environment, many retail and B2B organizations experience a level of complexity that makes streamlined, profitable operations challenging to achieve.
Undertaking digital transformation involves a strong evolution of operating models depending on whether you are a B2C, B2B, or B2B2C organization. You must look at omnichannel models, after-sales, greater automation of production processes, stock management, and review product lifecycle to be truly successful.
Stock distribution requires ever more flexible and sophisticated planning and order orchestration models. As inventory is spread across various locations (shops, internal and external warehouses, partners) and the various physical channels (direct, affiliate, concession) and digital channels (eCommerce, social commerce, marketplace), this evolution increasingly favors demand-driven models that leverage AI and ML (machine learning) within forecasting algorithms.
Omnichannel supply chain execution, which includes the management and orchestration of orders across multiple physical and digital channels to provide a true Unified Commerce experience. To rise to the challenge, your organization must evolve your operating model to include orchestration for an extended chain of trading partners, storage, and delivery points.