IBM has introduced its new built-in supply chain suite to assist make global supply chains smarter and extra environment friendly.
The new suite named ‘IBM Sterling Supply Chain Suite’ has been constructed on the foundations of Sterling B2B Network and Sterling Order Management. It will allow companies to combine important information, enterprise networks and supply chain processes with IBM’s Watson AI, IBM Blockchain and IoT to offer new aggressive benefits because it learns from expertise.
In addition to the suite IBM will present a safe, open platform with hybrid-cloud assist that can allow customers to combine information and networks from suppliers, prospects and the firm itself into the suite for higher reliability, transparency and safety.
“Supply chains are now mission-critical systems for all businesses to drive success and profitability,” mentioned Bob Lord, Senior Vice President, Cognitive Applications and Developer Ecosystems, IBM. “Many organisations have risen to the high of their industries by constructing environment friendly and agile supply chains. By modernising supply chains on high of open, hybrid-cloud platforms and infusing Watson AI, IBM Blockchain and IoT into their networks, the IBM Sterling Supply Chain Suite may help firms throughout all industries enter a brand new period of global competitiveness.”
Current IBM Sterling purchasers embrace: Adidas, AmerisourceBergen, Fossil, Greenworks, Home Depot, Lenovo, Li & Fung, Misumi, Parker Hannifin, Scotiabank, Whirlpool Corporation and El Corte Ingles.
“The complex, global nature of our omni-channel operations presents a significant supply chain challenge that could be turned into a business opportunity, if the right technology is applied,” mentioned Juan Andres Pro Dios, CIO, El Corte Ingles. “The IBM Sterling Supply Chain Suite provides open development capabilities that let us quickly tailor solutions to meet our unique business needs. This allows us to embrace operational complexity while optimizing operational performance and improving omni-channel customer experiences.”
IBM believes in the significance of open, trusted collaboration. “The global economy is becoming more reliant on the interaction between connected companies […] the potential business value of the modern supply chain has never been higher” mentioned IBM.
Did you realize? IBM Watson was No. 5 in Supply Chain Digital’s October version for Top 10 software program firms.
For extra data on all subjects for Procurement, Supply Chain & Logistics – please check out the newest version of Supply Chain Digital journal.
Follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter.
About the Author
- Logistics & Supply Chain2019.10.10Largest software firms: Epicor | Supply Chain Management
- Logistics & Supply Chain2019.10.10UPS set to add 6,000 natural gas-powered trucks to its fleet | Logistics
- Logistics & Supply Chain2019.10.09IBM: New suite tackles the complexity of global supply chains | Supply Chain Management
- Logistics & Supply Chain2019.10.08Capgemini announces development of Project FARM platform | Supply Chain Management