Cerasis is excited to announce the release of an all new, exclusive, & educational resource “How Blockchain will Aid Retailers in Achieving Omnichannel Supply Chain Goals” white paper!
This is a must read for shippers & retailers alike to learn how blockchain can aid in achieving omnichannel supply chain goals! Get a free copy of the white paper by filling out the form to the right.
Blockchain Provides Analytics, Roots Out Inefficiencies Holding Back Retailers from Achieving Omnichannel Supply Chain Goals
Even the most robust plans for continuous improvement in the supply chain will fail without data-driven insights, so blockchain and supply chain analytics can team up to ensure accuracy in reporting, as well as ongoing benchmarking. Think about it. Supply chain managers that have access to information are able to make informed decisions and improve productivity. On the transportation side of things, supply chain analytics and blockchain will increase transparency into freight management and customer service levels. It can be applied to track supply chain assets, monitor performance of machinery and systems, and track consumer feedback
As shippers & retailers face the threats of the “Amazon Effect” and the so-called “Retail Apocalypse” they are turning to omnichannel implementation to reach the ever elusive, opinionated, and channel changing consumer.
What You’ll Learn in this White Paper
In this white paper you’ll learn the following salient points about how Blockchain could dramatically aid shippers & retailers in their omnichannel supply chain goals:
- The Current Reality that Retailers Face Major Hurdles to Transparency, Omnichannel, and More
- How Blockchain in Retail Enables Better Retail, Read “Omnichannel,” Management
- How to Use Analytics and Blockchain to Propel Logistics Automation Forward
- And finally, How Will Blockchain Affect the Future of Transportation Management
We hope you enjoy this educational white paper! Make sure you check out the “Freight Institute” to gain easy access to all our great content and master the supply chain functions that are most important to you.
In our next white paper, and last, in this ongoing Blockchain series, we will take an even closer look at the problems in the ELD mandate, the challenges of today’s available TMS solutions and the potential of Blockchain-based TMS.