Seagate Builds Supply Chain Driven by Customer Demand
As the largest global supplier of hard disk drives, Seagate competes in a market in which next-generation products arrive quickly, and are without fail cheaper and more powerful. In such a hypercompetitive business, where short product shelf life is the rule, manufacturing and supply chain processes must be accurate, lean and flexible.
In order to build a demand-driven supply chain that is more responsive to the needs of customers and able to better react to changing market conditions, Seagate turned to E2open. In this case study, learn how Seagate was able to improve inventory turns, achieve better visibility to suppliers and create standard processes across its entire value chain
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