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How Data Helped Non-Profits, Supply Chains During COVID

April 20, 2021


Supply chains endured a growing number of challenges in 2020, particularly as disruptions threatened suppliers and changed dynamics across the chain. The breadth of disruption was so severe that many organizations were caught on the back foot and could only respond reactively, taking each crisis day by day.

What’s worth acknowledging, however, is that the organizations that assembled data supply chains were able to elicit a coordinated, proactive stance – a few examples being digital supply chain company SDI and humanitarian non-profit Direct Relief. They may be different types of organizations, but both were able to quickly ingest and transform the data about their supply chains from a variety of different sources for proactive response to core business needs.

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