SaaS and Cloud Power Thinking Resilient Supply Chains

SaaS and Cloud Power Thinking Resilient Supply Chains

This IDC Perspective looks at resilient cloud supply chains that drive supply chain resiliency. COVID-19 has challenged the resiliency of global supply chains. The weaknesses exposed provide valuable insight for making structural changes to product and cloud supply chains to enhance the resiliency of business operations. This document explores what you can do to ensure your enterprise is better prepared for future global challenges. "SaaS and cloud computing form the bedrock for supply chain innovation. COVID-19 has been devastating for many businesses. However, businesses that have transitioned to a digital operating model find they are better prepared to respond to changing conditions during this period of disruption and whatever lies ahead," according to Frank Della Rosa, research director, SaaS and Cloud Software, and Aaron Polikaitis, vice president, Research, Vendor Sourcing and Management.

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Executive Snapshot
Situation Overview
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The New Enterprise Normal: Multicloud and Cloud-Native Architecture
Advice for the Technology Buyer
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