How COVID-19 has Exposed Supply Chain Weaknesses

We are living through history in the making as the world around us continues to evolve. While Suuchi has become an industry leader for the fashion supply chain, COVID-19 has allowed us to accelerate our roadmap and become a solution for all industries, including healthcare, government, food and beverage, and hospitality. We have been able to integrate our tech into their supply chains and provide PPE solutions for any in-person interactions their businesses require. While this growth is a warm welcome, and we are excited to support our communities, we need to discuss a serious matter.

A major weakness has been exposed. This weakness lies within an entity’s supply chain. There is siloed data between departments, and it creates an untraceable value chain that is easily disrupted by outside factors. Without connectivity and transparency, you miss opportunities to pivot your business or identify ways that can help mitigate risk in the long-term.

Fortunately, we happen to be experts within this space and have built the Suuchi GRID to be able to fully connect all of your supply chain participants. The GRID is our proprietary, multi-user software that allows business owners and their team to track their product lines move through their stages, receive real-time updates, and collaborate with your team to create a single source of truth. As the GRID collects all of this data, you can run reports and make smart decisions for your business based on historical analysis.

While this may be a challenging time for you right now, this is also the time to innovate. Now is the time to explore new technologies that will take you into the new era that’s coming post-Coronavirus. To succeed in the “new normal”, you’re going to need a fully connected and transparent supply chain. By investing in technology like the GRID now, you can make the right decisions for your business to have success now and for years to come.

Learn how the GRID can digitize your entire supply chain

Written by Emanuel Mercapidez


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