The prominent themes this year centered on the need for businesses to find ways to get more actionable insights from their data and be able to move quickly in a mobile-first digital world. It was clear that the need to keep core business data secure and dependable while making it easily accessible whenever and wherever business happens remains a challenge. This need was evidenced by those that were looking for answers on how to more quickly collect data and get it into their JD Edwards system. It came through in those seeking to mobilize key parts of the business in order to optimize field operations, and it is a driving force of those looking to automate more processes with Internet of Things (IoT) functionality to eliminate errors and access real-time data. Whether manufacturing, distribution, sales, service or anywhere up and down the supply chain, optimizing business processes and increasing the visibility of data are essential needs.
From manufacturing and distribution to field sales and field service, our customers have seen an ever-increasing need for supply chain visibility, execution and optimization that extends from producers/suppliers to end consumers. And this demand for data accessibility and interaction is accelerating. To stay competitive, businesses must take advantage of their critical supply chain data by getting it into the hands of the most relevant people in real time and at the point where value creation occurs.
Topics: app development, consumer-grade apps, digital business, digital supply chain, dsi, dsi cloud connect, dsi cloud platform, dsi digital supply chain solutions, dsi inventory management solution, dsi platform, dsi product locator app, dsi solutions, dsi survey app, dsi wire, ERP and cloud, Solutions, data collection, PaaS
In the webinar, DSI Solutions Engineer Kevin Smail focuses on one area of our digital supply chain solutions—mobility—and how our solutions are specifically engineered to be easy to use without compromising agility or scalability. As an example, “you can run DSI solutions in three different ways: on-premise, mobile and cloud services,” Smail explains, which means you have the flexibility to choose the solutions that best fit your company’s operations.
Topics: mobile platform