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- CREATING REAL BUSINESS BENEFITS THROUGH AUTOMATION, COLLABORATION AND VISIBILITY IN THE CLOUD
The lack of visibility is one of the major obstacles in any supply chain today, causing companies to hold unnecessary buffer stocks, having low fill rates in transportation while suffering from low service levels. It is estimated that these deficiencies typically affect the operational profit margin by 1-2% and tied-up capital by 10-20%.

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– FROM SUPPLIER TO END USER THROUGH AUTOMATION, COLLABORATION AND VISIBILITY IN THE CLOUD

The time has come for the building and construction industry to do what many other industries did decades ago: create and use a holistic approach to their goods and resource supply.

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– CREATING REAL BUSINESS BENEFITS THROUGH HIGHLY AUTOMATED AND VISIBILITY BASED COLLABORATION

The lack of visibility is one of the major obstacles in any supply chain today, causing companies to hold unnecessary buffer stocks, having low fill rates in transportation while suffering from low service levels. It is estimated that these deficiencies typically affect the operational profit margin by 1-2% and tied-up capital by 10-20%.

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– WORK TOGETHER EFFICIENTLY AND ACHIEVE VISIBILITY, END-TO-END
Many people believe that companies in health care industries lag far behind more progressive industries like consumer goods and packaging as far as efficiency and quality within the Supply Chain are concerned.

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– CREATING REAL BUSINESS BENEFITS THROUGH HIGHLY AUTOMATED AND VISIBILITY BASED COLLABORATION
Companies engaged in the worldwide production and distribution of goods to the manufacturing industry have long focused on automated and efficient production and distribution units, often using principles such as Lean, Six Sigma and ISO certification. As supply chains become global and more complex they require end-to-end visibility and collaboration to be efficient.

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CREATING NEW BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES THROUGH THE COMBINATION OF SUPPLIER ORDER & TRANSPORT MANAGEMENT
The power of three suggests that things that come in threes are funnier, more satisfying, or more effective than other numbers of things. Typically one of the “threes” is missing in supply chain management today. Combining buyer, supplier and carrier, combining Order and Transport Management, is fulfilling the “rule of three” in supply chain management and is a perfect match for creating substantial business value.

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Businesses with large amount of items and/or suppliers usually have one thing in common:lack of visibility and limited control of their inbound supply chain. Unifaun and PipeChain have helped companies with inbound transport and supplier order management for many years and have extensive experience from these kind of operational challenges in supply chains. The Inbound Supply Chain has never been as relevant as it is today, and we would therefore like to share with you some of our findings that you should consider on the subject.