The Power of a Supply Chain Operating Network

November 16, 2015 Charity Newsome

Arun Samuga, Elemica’s VP R&D, talks with Adrian Gonzalez of Talking Logistics about the power of being on a network, especially from a communication and collaboration standpoint. The larger the network grows, and the more capabilities that are added to the platform, the more value it provides to members. A similar dynamic exists in the business realm with Supply Chain Operating Networks (SCON). The more companies that are part of the network, and the more processes that they can execute on the platform, the greater the value for everyone. 

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