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Transforming Supply Chains into Supply Streams (Part 2)

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In the previous blog I explored existing levers in supply chain transformation, the areas they fail to address and how IoT might bridge the gaps. In this blog I’ll explore specific processes and areas in the supply chain where IoT can play a role.

IoT is an ideal candidate for transforming supply chains in key areas: warehouse, inventory, logistics, shop floors and new product development.

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