To put a complex process into simple terms: supply chain management serves as the foundation on which to lay both your offline and online operations.
Supply chain challenges, especially ongoing ones, make it tough for businesses to split their focus between addressing those issues and optimizing their e-commerce experiences. As a result, those who already serve buyers online are worried about keeping their customers happy, aware that buyers’ opinion of their suppliers is impacted by the quality and reliability of service and fulfillment.
Recent research conducted on the manufacturing industry shows that 98% of manufacturers are already implementing or planning to implement an e-commerce solution. Now is the time to focus on implementing productive solutions geared at tackling manufacturers’ biggest B2B e-commerce supply chain management challenges.