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In our last post, we looked at the key reasons for bringing supply chain data into your company’s Enterprise Data Warehouse (https://bit.ly/2vw1SHh). Today we will take a look at the potential value and the compelling ROI that companies can achieve by embarking on this type of engagement. Continue reading “Supply Chain Data Rich But Insight Poor?”
In our last post, we focused on common myths about Business Intelligence (BI) implementations in the supply chain (https://bit.ly/2nnBw5N). Today we will take a look at why bringing supply chain data into your Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) is so critical and allow you to create a competitive advantage for your organization.
Most companies have a system of record (or ERP) that contains valuable information to run their business (e.g. financial, human resource, master data). Furthermore, most companies have an EDW that stores this data for long periods to provide the business with access to critical reports when they need them.