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The Future of Supply Chain Strategy for Consumer Electronics

Source: Wipro Technologies
To leverage opportunities presented by the explosion in consumer demand, consumer electronics manufacturers must tighten their forecasting, sourcing, distribution, and inventory management strategies. They must also bring a more refined approach to supply chain management. Find out what capabilities they need to build in order to respond to consumer needs—while retaining flexibility in production, distribution, and logistics.


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