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Our View on supply chain intelligence
The facts
  • Lack of visiblity in logistics and trade should not exist. But it does
  • Without visibilitym truly efficient supply chains are impossible to achieve.
  • Visibility and real-time data are inseperable - it is not created by receiving information after the event
Our View on supply chain intelligence
The facts
  • No software in the world can deliver visibility if input data is lacking, false or late. Garbage in - garbage out.
  • Creating visibility in international logistics and trade is inherently more difficult than in other sectors.
  • Weather, disruption, crime, human error and sheer bad luck may negatively impact supply chains.
Our View on supply chain intelligence
The facts
  • Crime levels are at an all-time high. Crime in supply chains is almost always very organised.
  • Visibility is not created by merely tracking a container.
  • Technology has reduced costs for data creation and delivery. This allows for deploying affordable solutions today.
Our View on supply chain intelligence
The conclusions
  • Visibility can be created by providing relevant information in real-time.
  • relevant information to improve supply chains can only be created at the source. This requires hardware, most importantly sensors. Reliably working in a very challenging environment. Inside and outside the container.
  • Transferring data from the container in real-time requires global communication network coverage. This is only possible through satellite connectivity. Everything else is window-dressing.
Our View on supply chain intelligence
The conclusions
  • Relevant intelligence delivered in real-time has a measurable positive impact on the resilience of supply chains.
  • Resilient supply chains reduce risks and bring a quantifiable economic benefit to almost all parties involved in global logistics and trade. Except for the criminals.
  • SecSys® is the solution to delivery intelligence for your supply chain.
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