As supply chains become more complex, manufacturing hubs, distribution routes and customer sites face increased risk from many different types of events and disruptions. Weather, political upheaval, earthquakes, and transportation delays can all expose organizations to the risk of unnecessary downtime, expediting fees, and failure to meet customer expectations, demand or service level requirements.
At the same time, corporate and physical security professionals are increasingly partnering with other parts of their business to drive operational value and ROI through territory expansion, cost containment and revenue growth and preservation. The ability to provide critical visibility into supply chain risk, along with the automation and alerting capabilities to reduce the impact of delays and incidents, can significantly elevate the strategic profile of the global security operations team.
“CEM for Supply Chain is a dynamic and comprehensive risk intelligence, visualization and critical event management solution that can help organizations save money, time and valuable resources by more proactively identifying, assessing and managing disruptions to their global supply chain,” said Imad Mouline, CTO of
Additional CEM for Supply Chain capabilities include:
- Leveraging Visual Command Center, operators and analysts can visualize their supply chain, turn by turn and stop by stop, with integrated risk data from NC4 and other intelligence sources.
- Professionals can define supply chain route stops, routes, suppliers and other information.
- Supply chain stakeholders can gain context with intelligence from other sources that may help in assessing threats related to weather, traffic, hurricane evacuation routes, global ports, railways, shipping lanes and more.
Through integration with
Everbridge, when a critical event occurs that impacts a supply chain, professionals can leverage solutions such as Incident Communication and Crisis Management modules to further mitigate risk.
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