A resilient supply chain is defined by its capacity for resistance and recovery. That means being able to mitigate most supply chain disruptions and significantly reduce the impact of those that do occur. Operational risks and interruption can jeopardise multiple areas of the supply chain, ultimately disrupting business resiliency.
The most resilient and agile supply chains are built to do more than just withstand and recover. They are built with processes and modern supply chain technologies that enable them to forecast, anticipate, and respond quickly to any risks or opportunities that the future may bring.
With supply chain management going through resilient changes every year, companies are looking to hire people who are skilled in supply chain automation, blockchain technology, simplifying large amount of data and handling it effectively.