Op Ed: Five Ways IoT is Changing Supply Chain

Dagny Dukach
Dagny Dukach

As the world becomes ever more globalized and complex, manufacturers are turning to IoT (Internet of Things) technologies to power the next generation of supply chains. In a recent opinion piece with Supply Chain World, Tive Co-Founder and CRO Rob Stevens discusses some of the most significant ways in which IoT is impacting supply chain today.

On a tactical level, digital IoT tools enable increased visibility into the supply chain, making it possible for shippers to reduce waste and improve customer satisfaction. With access to real-time data regarding the location and condition of in-transit goods, companies are reducing unpleasant surprises and increasing revenues. Ultimately, IoT is enabling a new kind of data-driven decision making. New, previously invisible data sets are giving managers the data they need to optimize their supply chains on a macro scale, from end to end.


For more details on how IoT is changing the modern supply chain, read the full article in Supply Chain World here. And if you'd like to learn more about how Tive can help you bring IoT to your supply chain, request a demo today.

Topics: IoT, Digital Supply Chain, Op Ed



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