Rising competition, customer expectations, and increasingly complex supply chains demand a data-driven strategy. Modern supply chain data analytics, built on real-time data pipelines and AI eliminate traditional data silos, driving informed decision-making and action. Balance the dynamic forces of supply and demand with a truly agile supply chain.
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In this era of distributed global supply chains, your stakeholders must be tightly coordinated to ensure flexibility, resiliency and rapid time-to-market. Creating end-to-end visibility is key to effective collaboration across multi-enterprise business networks. Qlik supply chain data analytics are uniquely powerful, easily combining disparate data sources in real-time for in-depth multi-source analysis and AI-powered automation. With Qlik you can:
“We are providing a live view of performance to our teams and customers in each of the business units. This insight, accountability, and transparency has been very powerful in establishing confidence in the capabilities of our organization and is the foundation of our vision to both protect and grow the brand with a world-class supply chain.”
David Moran, Supply Chain Director, KFC Europe
“People previously had to go to many sources to plug in information but with Qlik we have been able to automate all of that. One routine report that used to take a store manager two hours a week is now instantly available.”
Tracey Strober, Global Director of Retail Solutions & Customer Experience, Urban Outfitters
“The Qlik solution is characterized by accessibility and low training costs, which play a significant role in the acceleration of agricultural data insight. It establishes big data applications for smart agriculture.”
Cui Yunpeng, Researcher, Agricultural Information Institute, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences
“Qlik is helping us make strategic decisions across the business; from informing our decisions on when to move the manufacturing of goods to the UK or Turkey, to empowering us to pool inventory and increase volume we can offer retailers during critical times via real-time stock reporting.”
Jason Simpson, Business Analyst, Whitworths