In today’s fast-moving markets with rising customer expectations, quick reactions are crucial. But you can’t react without knowing what to react to. That’s why supply chain visibility and business intelligence are more important than ever.
Blog by author Andrea Krug Darren
Darren Travers is a Senior Account Manager at AEB, responsible for key accounts in the domestic and international markets.
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