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International Trade

How Big Data and Data Analytics Will Transform Supply Chains

Mary Breede  

Mary Breede  

“Big data” and “data analytics” may sound like tech jargon that doesn’t have much impact on global trade. However, in today’s fast-moving trade environment it’s more important than ever for companies to have access to the most up-to-date information available.

Companies are constantly under pressure to increase profit margins, shorten order-to-delivery cycles, and boost planning efficiency. These things are all easily managed and improved with a big data solution. And it’s not just trade professionals who are utilizing these tools — customs authorities are now also using data analytics tools with increasing regularity.

Read the report for an in-depth look at how big data and data analytics are shaping today’s global trade landscape.

 

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