The linear supply chain no longer exists. Enhanced customer expectations, big data, the pace of change, and emerging business models have complicated and disrupted traditional supply chain practices. Manufacturers and supply chain operators now need to embrace a digital supply chain to innovate.
Location intelligence empowers businesses with the connectivity and transparency they need to optimize transactional costs, deliver superior customer experiences, and protect their brand.
GM Motors puts its data to work to understand the market landscape. Robust spatial analytics gives 4,300 GM dealers insight into how to successfully meet demand and grow business.
Location is fundamental to the supply chain. Smart maps provide a real-time view into your operations, letting you stay ahead of physical disruptions and upstream shortages. And when problems do occur, The Science of Where™ helps you reroute shipments or activate alternate suppliers to fulfill your service-level agreements (SLAs) and meet your customers' expectations.
With location technology, you can: