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Sophisticated customers expect transparency, low costs, and high levels of service, and they are compelling your supply chain to operate at new levels of efficiency. Fortunately, mobile and cloud technologies, along with advances in data and analytics (D&A), are enabling companies to improve service levels. Demand-driven planning—the combination of cutting-edge technologies with process improvements and real-time information—can reduce costs, boost asset productivity, improve working capital, and enhance cross-functional planning and execution.

The challenge for your enterprise is deciding where to start and which transformative path to take, given the myriad of options. At the same time, you need to consider the entire value chain as part of an assessment and change initiative. When it is time for you to formulate a strategy, define requirements, develop a cohesive plan, and implement technology, KPMG can help you rise to the challenge, and Blue Yonder’s supply chain technology can help you meet the challenge.

KPMG and Blue Yonder professionals are ready to help design, enhance, and support your supply chain transformation. Leveraging this alliance, you can maximize the value of Blue Yonder’s award-winning solutions while taking advantage of KPMG’s operations experience, financial acumen, and transformation capabilities. Working together, we can help you meet the challenge of designing and implementing a fast, agile, and customer-responsive supply chain.

In 2019, for the fourth year in a row, KPMG was recognized by Blue Yonder with a JDA North America partnering award. JDA is now Blue Yonder.

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72% of manufacturers and retailers have or will soon be able to offer director-to-customer (D2C) capability, while 68% believe D2C will have a significant impact on their supply chains.

Source:
The road to everywhere: The future of supply chain

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