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Rapidly Evolving Supply Chain Risk Profile Demands Technology

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RituGupta
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It actually is a lot of work!
RituGupta   3/24/2019 5:14:05 AM
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I would not have thought that all of things were factors that Supply Chain executives would have to consider when moving things from storage to retail fronts, but apparently it's all under consideration! For us customers and people on the ground, we probably assume everything happens automatically!



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