In 2021, manufacturing, quality, and supply chain leaders faced unprecedented challenges in the face of the Covid-19 pandemic. For the first time ever, companies all around the world were required to have actionable information about every single supplier and factory in their supply chain.
Very few companies were able to reach that level of oversight when the pandemic began. Now, leaders are looking into the future of supply chains in a post-pandemic world, and continue to invest in technologies that can provide visibility and agility.
With an increased risk of disruption, more demand for sustainable products, tighter government regulations, and the rise of remote work, company leaders must be ready to tackle the weak links in their supply chains and adapt to new challenges.
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