There has been no shortage of supply chain challenges for manufacturers in recent years. Rising consumer demand is just one example — last year in the U.S demand surged 15%, contributing to the overwhelming of a system that operates primarily with physical documents and siloed data. The resulting bottlenecks slowed the flow of goods, caused disruptions, and ultimately exposed vulnerabilities in the global supply chain that manufacturers are now looking to address.
Modern supply chain problems require modern solutions — and those modern solutions are coming in the form of Industry 4.0 Smart Manufacturing technologies.
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