Continuously optimizing the efficiency of supply chains and taking the right tactical decisions pro-actively cannot be done without the availability of reliable data, insightful dashboards and powerful analytical tools. That’s where Damco’s Supply Chain Intelligence Suite comes in. By combining high-quality logistics data with in-depth industry knowledge and experience Damco’s powerful Supply Chain Intelligence Suite allows fast and easy data-driven tactical and strategic supply chain decision making.
Big data in the supply chain
The volume and accuracy of available supply chain data has increased significantly over the past few years. However, with so much data available, making sense of all this information becomes rather challenging. Fortunately, technology now allows us to transform the increasing mass of data into real, actionable insight and knowledge through interactive web-based dashboards.
Deep industry expertise
The power of the unique Damco-approach resides not only in the visualisation of data, but notably in the intelligence embedded in the representation. Our logistics expertise, build-up over decades working with customers across industrial and geographic sectors, helped us to give our customers the data and dashboards they need to take the right logistics decisions.
Tailored to your needs
Damco’s Supply Chain Intelligence Suite comes with a number of interactive dashboards. The dashboards provide high-level performance indicators and allow for further deep-diving to detailed insights based on shipping profiles, carrier performance, equipment utilization and supplier performance. You can also create your own, customized dashboards, and blend your own data with Damco information.
Damco experts are available for a demo of our Supply Chain Intelligence Suite and to discuss how to achieve most out of your dashboards. Please contact our nearest Damco office via www.damco.com for more information.
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