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Do supply chains ensure the necessary traceability to be resilient and sustainable?

Updated: Sep 12, 2023

🔎 According to Bain & Company and the World Economic Forum, 85% of executives believe their supply chain does not deliver the traceability needed to remain resilient and sustainable.

The study highlights two key elements. One: the problem is lack of visibility. No access to end-to-end data prevents analysis and understanding of the supply chain. The second: the solution cannot be to build internally an end-to-end traceability solution that would be the property of a single player. The work must be win-win for the entire supply chain

These two elements are the very foundations of our technological solution at Tilkal and at the heart of our value proposition.

End-to-end traceability is a trajectory that is built step by step: first with the most motivated upstream/downstream partners to create the dynamic and then with the others in a second step, to unlock the value step by step.

The most important and urgent thing is to get started: "Better done than perfect" as one of our clients says.

See full study HERE


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