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Big Data can solve logistics' biggest problems

Steve Walker, CIO, Asia Pacific, DHL Supply Chain | June 2, 2015
In the logistics industry, "data science" technologies are already being applied to optimise every stage of the supply chain. But for these Big Data solutions to reach their full potential, they need to be scalable, flexible, and responsive in real-time.

Big Data's transformative potential can only be fully realised when CIOs ask themselves "what can we now understand which we couldn't before?" By approaching key areas of complexity with a structured and scalable data strategy, some supply chain operators are already reaping promising efficiency dividends and enhancing value and satisfaction for their customers. Logistics and a range of other industries will find that Big Data, if applied correctly, could be the answer to many of their biggest problems.


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