Australasian Supply Chain Institute (ASCI) has announced findings from The State of Supply Chain Management report, based on its annual member survey of supply chain managers, which found that the self-assessment performance score of their supply chains against eight
components scored an average of 52%.
According to Simon Smithers, Cloud ERP/SCM Solutions Regional Manager, Oracle, today’s supply chain managers are increasingly being asked by CEOs to be more strategic and help generate more value within the organisation. “We wanted to explore how ASCI members were faring amidst an environment where
they’re expected to increase efficiencies; be innovative; achieve a competitive advantage; and deliver a better customer experience,” he said. “There is a vast opportunity for competitive advantage and it comes from within the supply chain.”
The eight components measured in the report were communication, automation, integration, compliance,
analytics, collaboration, 3PLs and risk.
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