Dallas, TX, United States, 09/16/2021 / News Bureau /
To help organizations better understand their physical supply chain, Google Cloud has launched Supply Chain Twin, a service that allows them to combine data from multiple sources in one place. For supply chain managers, Google Workspace’s Supply Chain Pulse module provides them with real-time monitoring systems and advanced analytic tools as well as notifications and collaboration.
Events such as the Covid-19 epidemic, climate-related calamities, and a Suez Canal blockade have shown how vulnerable global supply networks are in recent months. To help firms become more resilient, Google is offering improved supply chain insight.
Supplier and partner systems, as well as public sources such as weather data, should be able to be integrated into the Supply Chain Twin to provide organizations with a more comprehensive view of their supply chain. For example, Google claims that the new service requires a shorter period of time for partners’ integration than traditional API-based integration.
Different dashboards are available in the Supply Chain Pulse module to examine important operational indicators. Users may set up mobile notifications that go off when important metrics hit user-defined criteria, allowing them to stay on top of things. In Google Workspace, they may also create common procedures for rapid cooperation to resolve problems. As a result of occurrences, the service can also provide AI-driven suggestions.
When it comes to helping logistics-heavy organizations in businesses like retail and industry, install Supply Chain Twin through system integrators such as Deloitte Pluto7 TCS & Co., Twin Pulse, and Supply Chain Twin have been restricted to a worldwide audience.