Supply Chain Quarterly features Omnae Founder on why a Supply Web is stronger than a chain

“When using the supply “chain” analogy to describe operations, complications arise as this linear system only allows for front- or back-end visibility.”

Omnae Founder and CEO, Dan Lionello talks about the importance of visibility in your supply chain, prompting us to take a different perspective on our outsourcing and manufacturing relationships.

“Blind spots within supply webs cost manufacturers money, time and valuable resources. Removing these limitations and promoting effective communication removes the risk of producing poor quality products or even receiving substandard results.”

Interested in his unique perspective? Read more here.

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Building trust and transparency in the global supply web. Visit omnae.com to learn more!

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