Data-driven Supply Chain Modelling - Whitepaper
Published 05/11/2020
by ELEKS
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Overcoming technology challenges, for logistics businesses of all maturity levels

"68% of T&L heads expect changing distribution channels to disrupt their business within the next five years"
PWC’s 2018 CEO Survey

Today’s customer demands a fast, integrated and personalised experience, available through diverse channels. Always on and always connected. To remain competitive businesses in logistics are looking for ways to transform their supply chain modelling and adopt new delivery models that drive operational effectiveness.

Ultimately, the outcome of this journey depends on how mature the organisation is. So how do you know if your logistics business is ready for the digital future?

Organisations of different sizes and maturity levels require a different approach to supply chain modelling. Based on the five-stage logistics maturity model first introduced by Gartner, we created an all-encompassing guide to technology solutions addressing the needs of transportation companies of all shapes and sizes.

Overview. What’s inside:

1. Social, business and technology trends disrupting the logistics market
2. How logistics businesses are pursuing digital transformation and why maturity level matters
3. Gartner’s five stages of logistics maturity
4. Evaluating maturity level and designing the right transformation strategy for your needs
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ELEKS is a Top 100 Global Outsourcing Company and a world-leading expert in software innovation. We're recognised as the technology partner of choice for complex development projects and have been helping clients deliver tangible added value since 1991. Our experience covers a breadth of industries, from finance and insurance to healthcare, retail and many more.

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