Food suppliers have long looked to expand beyond domestic suppliers to enable a cost-efficient, all-year-round supply of critical raw material and finished goods. Few, however, had considered how to address major disruptions to supply and demand in the face of a global pandemic. The past few years have shown that companies that have invested in technology and focused on supply chain agility have an edge against their competition, and that will continue to be true as we look to the future.
Food suppliers need to take advantage of technology to create more connected supply chains, thereby providing an opportunity to link various pieces of the supply chain together to receive more data. Companies that prioritize the digitization of their supply chains will be in a better position to respond to future supply and demand disruptions.
On this recorded webcast, RSM US LLP’s Christian Winzeler discusses how your company can work to build a resilient and safe supply chain.
Primary business outcomes
- Ability to react to changes in the supply chain
- Real-time reporting through better data visibility supports better reporting
- Optimized inventory flow further optimizes profitability and unlock growth