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The green supply chain DNA

Retool your supply chain for the data rich, sustainability-driven future


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Retool your supply chain for the data rich, sustainability driven future
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Most consumer organizations are familiar with the need to disclose operational information to key stakeholders. But a new consumer trend is changing the nature and depth of those requirements.

Consumers seek deeper connections with the products they buy. Those products are no longer viewed solely as accessories to a lifestyle: the products are the lifestyle. And consumers want those products to embody the values and beliefs of their lifestyle.

Do the right thing

As a result of this trend, supply chain management is now about getting the right product to the right customer at the right time, with the right information. This includes data about where the product’s materials came from, how it was made and how it was delivered.

By sharing this information, your organization can help consumers discern which products are more environmentally friendly.

Become a green market leader

But for the uninitiated organization, providing this information may pose a significant challenge.

Read The green supply chain DNA and learn how your organization can create value (build competitive advantage) and protect value (manage risk) by rigorously analyzing, reporting and managing sustainability data across your entire supply chain, and by pursuing opportunities that arise as a result of that analysis.

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