THE SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN PARADOX: BALANCING THE BOTTOM LINE WITH THE GREEN LINE

 

THE SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN PARADOX: BALANCING THE BOTTOM LINE WITH THE GREEN LINE
THE SUSTAINABLE SUPPLY CHAIN PARADOX: BALANCING THE BOTTOM LINE WITH THE GREEN LINE

The future of our planet is a topic of growing concern for supply chains across every industry and region. Your customers want products that actively advance human rights, inclusive economic growth, and environmental protection. Meanwhile, your business must fulfill that expectation while juggling efficiency and speed, product innovation, operational resilience, and revenue growth.

That’s a tall order for any company to achieve. But according to Oxford Economics, the first step is to address four critical challenges that are impeding sustainability efforts:

  • Increased process complexity, rising costs, and limited resources
  • Customer expectations for low prices, fast delivery, and convenient experiences
  • Lack of visibility into supplier metrics, processes, and assets
  • Lack of proven ROI and employee and executive buy-in

Read the Oxford Economics study, “The Sustainable Supply Chain Paradox,” to learn the best practices and technologies that can help you realize the full promise of a sustainable supply chain.

 

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