Companies spend enormous amounts of time and money to assure higher supply efficiency, but still end up facing lags and gaps, that cost them numerous growth opportunities. The answer lies in disrupting existing systems across organizations and their trade partners, in order to evaluate day to day routines and realize the appropriate way forward. Knowing better is doing better, and that's half the battle won.
Ideally the best way forward would be, to reduce the time it takes to receive order intimations. The faster one receives information, the faster one can act on it and the sooner one prepares, the sooner they fulfil the order. Then again as the amount of information exchanged in day to day routines increases, the more difficult it gets for trade partners to anticipate demand and meet order requirements, in a strategic and timely fashion. Hence businesses often lose out on trade opportunities that require immediate attention. This calls for a system that is smart enough to send out instant alerts to surrounding trade partners in times of emergency, giving them adequate time to prepare, assuring supply on demand, and that's where the eXchange comes in.