A unified view of the supply chain facilitates collaboration and the dissemination of relevant information across design, engineering, procurement, quality control and more.
The products created by global manufacturing organizations consist of numerous parts that move through the enterprise and its network of suppliers. Parts logistics play a critical role in the success of manufacturing, supplier relations, order fulfillment and customer service. Every part number within the organization takes on a life of its own and every department must have access to all the information surrounding it. As organizations build new products and service existing ones, they need cohesive and comprehensive visibility, or what we will refer to as a “unified view of the supply chain”.
The white paper below describes how Sinequa Cognitive Search & Analytics help organizations achieve a unified view of their supply chain that provides cohesive visibility across all applications that manage information about products, suppliers and customers.
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APQC partnered with Sinequa, to survey more than 200 high-level knowledge management (KM) and IT leaders (director level and above) in large organizations (those with 10,000 or more employees) across North America and Europe. We specifically targeted people with a deep understanding of the current state of search inside their organizations and who were either responsible for or key stakeholders in knowledge and information management strategy. Get their thoughts
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