Supply Chain Convergence

Supply chain convergence is where functional silos in the supply chain are broken down and end-to-end (E2E) business processes are synchronized and optimized across traditional functional domains. By eliminating the functional silos that existed among warehousing, transportation, procurement, yard management, and global shipping activities, for example, shippers can optimize activities across previously siloed functions that didn’t communicate or work with one another.

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