The following video, part of the “Surviving and Thriving” supply chain study produced in partnership with SAP, shows how supply chain leaders effectively prioritize their value chains to minimize risk and maximize opportunities. These leaders have visibility into of their organizations’ value chain, ensuring that decisions can be made quickly and accurately, especially in times of crisis such as the world faced in early 2020.
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