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Cloud. Addressing e-commerce supply chain challenges

In 2022, many companies are facing supply chain challenges. Online retailers are forced to find new solutions and respond quickly to ever-changing consumer demand, extended delivery times or out of stock items from suppliers.
In e-commerce, where trust and brand loyalty often underpin the entire business structure, it's important to avoid misunderstandings and poor service. You have to be flexible and adapt to challenges.
If a customer orders from an online store, and the dropshipper suddenly learns that the product he wants is not available from suppliers, or there may be difficulties with delivery, no amount of explanation can keep a disappointed customer away. Will he come to your site the next time - the question is relevant.
How to avoid such a situation? How to optimize your supply chain? What new "smart" technologies offer us? The answers will be in the cloud!
Cloud computing provides access to computer resources via the Internet, it allows collecting and processing huge amounts of data, practically getting information from every point in the supply chain in real time.
Cordus Technologies builds specialized cloud systems that help customers scale and solve supply chain problems in real time.
Data Warehouse
Because dropshipping is built on trust and a long-term partnership between retailers, suppliers, distributors and manufacturers, having a shared data warehouse helps with supply chain planning and enables action based on accurate information.
The cloud is a powerful means of integrating information and centralizing data. It helps control the stock of goods in stock, ensures availability, and allows for real-time planning issues.
Demand Forecasting
To better predict ever-changing market demand and benefit from vast data sets, enterprises are adopting advanced predictive analytics tools - artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things (IoT).
These cloud-based "smart" technologies enable higher-level responses to problems and disruptions in the supply chain. Allowing managers to make proactive, real-time decisions.
Cloud-based supply chain platforms provide real-time visibility into: shipment delays, production stoppages, and weather conditions. This gives you the ability to control sales and logistics processes, reducing risk.
Data integration
Responding to ever-changing consumer demand is only possible if information is communicated along the entire value chain. The supply chain ecosystem should facilitate end-to-end collaboration between all stakeholders, from suppliers and manufacturers to retailers and consumers.
Cloud solutions, especially hybrid solutions, allow seamless integration of data from trading partners' systems, no matter how far apart they are from each other.
Cloud migration from Cordus Technologies
Cordus Technologies Inc. has built a so-called "control tower" on its platform that connects partners, enabling them to coordinate all elements and participants in the supply chain in a single system. This allows decision makers to identify problems and respond effectively at an early stage.
With Cordus Technologies Inc.'s hybrid cloud solutions, data, applications and workloads can be simply and securely moved and stored in a single cloud infrastructure at all levels of the supply chain.
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