In early 2016, analysts predicted positive trends and a big trade uptick. Instead, global trade volumes fluctuated and consumer spending diminished, worldwide protectionism and de-globalization became evident and supply chain risks were enhanced, which left importers and exporters scrambling to stay on course.
As we move into 2017, global trade management executives need to brace against supply chain disrupters. The key is investing in technology and making process changes in advance. This white paper talks about the downfalls of 2016 and reports the main features that need to be addressed in the upcoming year:
Manage supply chain disruptions with supply chain visibility
Quickly respond to the ebb and flow of consumer demands
Enable cross-border e-commerce in response to booming retail growth
- Manage secure trading partner collaboration… and more!
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