Projects involve many moving parts and stakeholders involved. When materials are delayed due to a supply chain bottleneck, it has an immediate impact on the project schedule. Any delay requires adjustments to be made in the schedule. The problem is companies tend to operate in multiple point solutions that fail to integrate with one another. As a result, any changes made to the project are often missed or not communicated in a timely manner.
Project Business Automation (PBA) is an all-in-one system designed to support projects from start to finish. Any adjustments to the schedule or cost when new or replacement material is sourced are immediately reflected, and margins are automatically adjusted as well.
Matt Mong, VP of Market Innovation, discusses how today’s supply chain challenges demand new approaches and how PBA helps to identify key steps to building a strong supply chain.
Read the entire article in Logistics Matter.
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