How are supply chains transforming in this evolving marketplace? What capabilities allow companies to stabilise their supply chains and stand out as supply chain champions? We have investigated how supply chain executives around the globe act. We can see that the Nordic marketplace is risking to fall behind.
For many companies market environments are becoming ever-more challenging. To cope with constant change, companies will need to make sure that their organisation is able to continuously evolve and improve. They’ll need a culture of continuous innovation and cross-functional collaboration to get there – always keeping the end-to-end value chain in mind. Generally that means beginning with the needs of the end customer, but also taking into account everything from factories, to warehouses, to backend technologies.
"Digital in supply chain is a prerequisite in the “New Normal”, and Nordic companies need to increase the attention and investments on digitalization of their supply chains in order to compete successfully on the cost, service levels and agility of their global competition.”
In this year’s global study we take a look at how Digital Champions have achieved supply chain excellence.
To take a closer look at how supply chains are transforming in this evolving marketplace, we surveyed 1,601 supply chain executives across the globe and investigated what capabilities allow companies to stabilise their supply chains and stand out as supply chain champions. We have also looked at the Nordic marketplace and can see that within specific supply chain capability and technology areas the Nordic peers are risking to fall behind. 189 Nordic companies participated.
To know more about how you can start competing with "the Supply Chain Digital Champions" don't hesitate contacting Martin Waldén, Partner och Head of Operations på PwC.
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"Connected and autonomous supply chain ecosystems 2025"
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