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Touchless supply chains for smarter, responsive, and faster manufacturing

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December 16, 2021

Enabling a touchless supply chain involves more than incremental automation. Organizations need to re-examine the supply chain, across internal processes and external touch points, and find ways to deliver speed and accuracy. This paper discusses the strategies to drive touchless supply chains.

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