Microsoft News: Re-imagining manufacturing: Putting digital technology at the center of a post-pandemic new normal
Story originally appeared in Microsoft News on Jan. 12, 2021. Excerpts from the story below. To see the full story visit News.Microsoft.com.
Another example of moving fast is US-based and globally active supply chain platform provider, Blue Yonder. The company launched Luminate Control Tower, a solution which can help customers minimize negative impact of this pandemic on their supply chains. It can chart the impact of COVID-19 against supply chain metrics to identify potential risks. Powered by Microsoft Azure, AI, and ML-based forecasting engines, this solution provides companies with insights to discover, interpret and act on real-time information from their entire digital ecosystem. As a result, customers are seeing as much as a 30% reduction in expenses and a 60% increase in their planning efficiency.
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