The next-generation chemicals supply chain is here. It’s data-driven and digitally executed to create transparency, enable advanced planning, predict demand patterns and leverage asset availability.
Digital supply chains give Chemicals companies real-time access to data across the extended enterprise and with collaborating partners. They can be used to integrate suppliers, manufacturing, and customers for a full end-to-end view. To take full advantage, chemicals organizations must define a clear digital supply chain strategy, create new capabilities and lay a solid data foundation.
In cooperation with the IBM Institute for Business Value, we surveyed 460 chemicals leaders in 19 countries between April and May of 2018. We collected responses from Chief Executive Officers, Chief Supply Chain Officers, Chief Operating Officers, Chief Information Officers, Chief Transformation Officers, VPs of Operations and VPs of Supply Chain. The 460 chemicals respondents come from the various chemicals segments and from different-sized enterprises.
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