Everest Group PEAK Matrix®️for IoT Supply Chain Solution Provider 2022 | SPONSORED
Business resilience has been top priority for enterprises as they aim to revive and grow their businesses in a post-pandemic era. Digitization of their existing supply chain is the first step in achieving this goal, and Internet of Things (loT) technology lies at the center of this. Around 40% firms have already embarked on this journey, leveraging loT to develop an interconnected supply chain that brings together suppliers/vendors, logistics providers, manufacturers, wholesalers/retailers, and customers dispersed by geography. This is aiding firms in better demand forecasting, tracking and tracking of products and fleet, and better monitoring of asset conditions. As enterprises aim to accelerate the time-to-market of their supply chain initiatives, leverage of loT-based solutions becomes pertinent for them. In this regard, they are partnering with loT solution and service providers.
In this research, Everest Group presents an assessment of solution as well as service providers that exhibit a strong focus on supply chain through their loT-based solutions. This includes only providers that have developed loT-enabled solutions aimed at addressing challenges across the supply chain landscape with use cases including, but not limited to, fleet management, inventory management, warehouse management, and cold chain monitoring.
The assessment of these providers is featured on the loT supply chain solutions PEAK Matrix®. Each solution provider profile provides insights into their strengths and limitations across themes including, but not limited to, services, investments, and case studies. The assessment is based on Everest Group’s annual RFI process for calendar year 2021, interactions with leading loT supply chain solution providers, client reference checks, and an ongoing analysis of the loT solutions market.
This is an excerpt from the report.
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