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CIMdata on how Siemens Digital Logistics makes Supply Chains resilient

Discover how Siemens Digital Logistics uses the capabilities of Siemens Xcelerator cloud architecture to support digital twin use cases, ensuring required materials get delivered at the right time while optimizing cost and speed with minimum risk

CIMdata is the leading independent global strategic management consulting and research authority focused exclusively on PLM and the digital transformation it enables. In this in-depth commentary, CIMData reports on how Siemens is helping to make supply chains more resilient through digital logistics.

The recent pandemic, trade relationships, regulatory pressures, Environmental, Sustainability, and Governance (ESG), and economic circumstances have brought the topic of supply chain to the forefront of business strategy. The need for a resilient and efficient supply chain has never been greater.
As a leader in digital transformation, Siemens Digital Logistics understands the importance of balancing strategic goals such as cost, quality, and performance with the many risks associated with supply chain management. That's why Siemens has developed advanced digital logistics capabilities using the Xcelerator cloud architecture.
The digital logistics solutions support digital twin use cases in product design, production, and operation. This ensures that the right materials are delivered to the right place at the right time, while optimizing cost and speed with transparency and minimum risk.
At Siemens, we are committed to providing our clients with the tools and support they need to build and maintain a resilient supply chain. Our expertise and technology solutions help companies navigate the complexities of supply chain management, from finding reliable suppliers to delivering products on time and with the required quality.

Join us on the journey to a resilient supply chain. Download our PDF for a comprehensive overview of what Siemens can do for your resilient Supply Chains.