During times of upheaval, the most important thing you can have for supply chain resilience is extreme visibility.
There is a concept that applying data science to your business will automate processes, consolidate information faster, make employees lives easier, and allow them to go home earlier. All of that is true! It does leave an important part out, however. What often doesn’t get mentioned is that data science comprehensively considers so many nuances of your business, all at once, that understanding its optimized scenarios will require significant hours of training, as well as a mindset change within your planning team.
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It’s one thing to identify the opportunities for higher returns across your dairy supply chain but then the challenge becomes how to operationalize that across
We agree with Gary Marcus that deep learning alone is not the answer to your supply chain problems. That’s one reason we make sure our
How do you improve, optimize, and stabilize your dairy supply chain in a time of increasing volatility? With data science. Our industry experts and data