Life sciences supply chain challenges include demand and supply uncertainty. Market complexity and regulatory restrictions. Mergers and acquisitions. Pricing pressures. And the need for new life sciences supply chain capabilities driven by mass customization and faster new product introductions. Having the right products at the right place at the right time can literally mean the difference between life and death.
To ensure high customer care while meeting corporate objectives, life sciences companies must digitally transform their supply chains. Why is a digital supply chain so important? It can help:
- Automate routine tasks and focus on more value-adding activities
- Minimize risk and maximize opportunities
- Optimize multi-plant production, scheduling and labor resources
- Effectively manage complexity through concept to customer supply chain optimization
- Synchronize and align company-wide efforts
In today’s hyper-competitive business environment companies in this industry need their life sciences supply chains to be an engine for growth and a means to drive customer satisfaction. The availability of big data and advanced solutions—infused with optimization, machine learning, and artificial intelligence—makes the timing right to digitally transforming to smart, connected and agile supply chains. An intelligent supply chain that uses advanced analytics to understand and respond to customer needs can speed up a life science company’s ability to develop, commercialize, plan, source, make, deploy and fulfill value-adding services and products. The transformation to a digital supply chain can be challenging, but Logility can help.
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