Ungated Post | 16 Jul 2019

Digital technology intersects supply chains

Oxford Economics partnered with IBM’s Institute for Business Value to survey 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.

We drew conclusions around key industry issues:

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