To achieve an optimized supply chain, many factors have to come together to reach the inventory “perfect storm” and achieve organizational efficiency. One of the most important factors is inventory accuracy, or the ability to know exactly where inventory is at all times, whether it’s in the warehouse, in the field or at remote locations.
Identifying the Problems
The search for a solution always begins with a problem—or problems. As a global leader in infrastructure protection and maintenance services, Aegion Corporation manages 175 facilities in 33 countries, which add up to more than 1,000 job sites per year. With limited visibility into those locations, many of which span hundreds of acres in areas with little to no connectivity, it’s no wonder that Aegion struggled to accurately track high-cost customer assets, which also increased the risk of delayed delivery times.
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What Is a Mobile Supply Chain?
The technology-driven digital economy is changing everything about the way we work. As a result, companies are under increasing pressure to not just optimize their processes and supply chains, but transform them to better meet regulatory requirements, gain (and maintain) a competitive advantage and adapt to continually changing business environments that demand more robust levels of visibility, traceability and connectivity.
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