Empty grocery store shelves and food shortages. Long delivery times for everyday packages. Order backlogs on essential supplies, material and hardware that can take weeks—or even months—to receive.
This is the reality for consumers across the US.
The reason? Today’s global supply chain continues to face tumultuous and widespread disruptions. While there is a myriad of reasons behind this, one of the key issues plaguing nearly every disruption along this interconnected network can be found in the latest news headlines: Workers are resigning from their jobs in record-breaking numbers.
To solve these challenges, many businesses are looking to digitize their supply chain and tap into the power of automation, machine learning and AI—empowering them to produce and distribute more with less human workforce.
Read the full blog post to learn about the five ways that supply chain automation can fill today’s workforce gap and solve operational challenges.