Supply chain management involves managing pathways by which products are made and delivered to customers. A supply chain can include physical systems, like delivery vans, or even digital systems, like iTunes and other digital content pathways. Today’s interconnected supply chains have enabled large-scale product delivery possible on a global scale. However, their size and complexity present challenges for efficiency-minded executives.
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