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Boosting Process Industry’s Supply Chain Performance: A Case for Visibility and Control

Source: Aberdeen Group
Economic volatility over the past several years has been illustrated by the highly unstable raw material, fuel, and commodity prices, and has been the cause of a majority of supply chain disruptions over the past year. This white paper highlights the challenges and solutions in complex industry supply chains, and best practices in multi-enterprise visibility and supply chain intelligence.


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