SCM Keeps Racing to the Cloud

The migration to the cloud is in full effect, as organizations continue to transition from on-premise solutions to cloud-delivered ones in order to benefit from all the value that cloud delivers, including faster, more economical implementations and easier solution updating and development.  However, this migration still seems to be oriented around a few core areas of an enterprise, including HR, T&E, and CRM.  But what about supply chain?

 

Logistics World was interested in exploring that very question, and I was fortunate to be able to discuss it with them for their article “SCM Races into the Cloud,” part of their October edition. 

 

The reality is that there are now a significant and ever-growing number of cloud-based platforms for all of the core areas of supply chain management, including planning, procurement, product design, manufacturing and logistics.  And these solutions still enable companies to support the sophisticated and complex requirements present in most supply chains.

 

Capgemini has helped many clients – large and small alike – transition from enterprise software environments to cloud-based platforms for their supply chain needs.  Is your organization ready for its own migration?  

 

You can find out more by reading the full article here

 

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