Infosys BPM

As the world continues to struggle with different variants of COVID virus, the reasons of concerns around supply chain wary depending on who you ask. But one thing’s for sure, businesses are optimistic about abatement in supply chain disruptions, even while the damages caused by the pandemic are irreversible.

In this edition of Spendbytes, we bring an outlook on how risks from disrupted supply chains can be mitigated with procurement. We also delve deep into the debate, whether the supply chain crisis will prevail in the upcoming months, and how sustainability can be leveraged to create supply chains of the future.



The paper talks about leveraging advanced technologies such as the internet of things, AI/ ML, data science, robotics, and 5G, to enable procurement and supply chain functions to proactively anticipate and meet future challenges.

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When talking about business operations, undisrupted supply chain plays a pivotal role in ensuring smooth functioning. However, will the ongoing supply chain crisis prevail or end?

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With the intervention of Big Data, it has become imperative for businesses to become sustainable and deliver on Industry 4.0 targets.

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John Hatton


Read about unique experiences and personal insights from our procurement professionals across the globe.

John Hatton - Director, Infosys Portland, Sydney

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