Due to the trend towards concentrating on one's own core competencies and reducing the vertical range of manufacture, supply chains that are based on the division of labor are increasingly developing.
This increases the number of business partners who are involved in the end-to-end process in the entire supply chain. At the same time, customer expectations for tailor-made solutions and products with short delivery times are increasing. The constant change in a globalized economic system with ever shorter product life cycles and faster product launch times require dynamic IT processes in highly networked logistics systems.
Coupling the different IT systems between the partners involved in the respective supply chain is the major challenge. Most companies have an ERP or merchandise management system (possibly connected to production control systems), which, as a rule, cannot be changed dynamically at its core. In addition, there are additional requirements with regard to data integration with other partners and their IT systems.
Write us your request
or give us a call
The rather rigid core applications must be expanded with agile, process-oriented additional solutions.
The IT systems of the partners involved in the supply chain must be intelligently linked so that a complete process cycle (end-to-end process) can be represented.
With cloud services, mobile services, big data & analytics, the Internet of Things, social media, 3D printing, artificial intelligence and robotics, the third information technology platform offers everything you need to create tailor-made solutions.
However, all of these technical achievements can only develop their potential if you have a clear idea of the “optimal” end-to-end process and know how to build the right IT solution.