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Drive Value from Digital Supply Chain Transformation by Localizing E2E Decisions

To generate value from their digital transformation investments, CSCOs need to know where to focus their efforts. In this report, explore key findings and recommendations to deliver productivity from your digital supply chain transformation.

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“Despite increasing investments, digital transformation struggles to demonstrate value. CSCOs can address this by empowering localized decision makers to improve supply chain performance through cross-functional data visibility, E2E decision making and multienterprise ecosystem process orchestration.”

According to Gartner,

  • Most CSCOs have developed functional-specific digital capabilities that struggle to support their supply chain’s evolution from functional silos to cross-functional integration, and further up to orchestrating ecosystems of partners.
  • Despite constant acceleration in digital capability investments, most CSCOs cannot adequately reap productivity gains from digital supply chain transformation.
  • Companies that are able to support the necessary process adherence, analytical trade-off clarity and data-derived models are 206% more likely to make a good decision.
  • Localized, cross-functional decision makers have on-the-ground knowledge of relevant variables, allowing them to make good decisions 11% more often than global decision makers.

Explore this report for an in depth look at how to reap the rewards of your digital transformation by pursuing Data Visibility, Decision Making,  and Process Orchestration Through a Cross-Functional Roadmap.

Gartner, Drive Value From Digital Supply Chain Transformation by Localizing E2E Decisions, Pierfrancesco Manenti, Tim Payne, Christian Titze, 21 November 2023

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