Bringing Resiliency with Trinamix Supply Chain Control Tower
In recent years supply chain organizations have faced threats from climate change, global trade relations, and pandemic to name a few. Sustainability in the face of disruption and growth has been a major challenge for businesses. These disruptions have been plaguing the industry more often than not in the last decade or so. Being nimble and having levers to proactively react to these challenges is a key to survival and growth. A Supply Chain Resiliency Control Tower that brings events and disruptions to the rescue of supply chain leaders poses a rescue path.
In the past, businesses had Command Center that would connect data on a single platform from multiple systems to serve as a decision support system, a “war room” where analysts from various organizations would interpret data in order to make business decisions. In today’s world Supply Chain Control Tower has evolved to play a much larger, bigger, and more strategic role. Powered by AI/ML, it not only connects business data with events in the supply chain providing real-time data, but it also applies predictive analytics and has become a prescriptive tool. It can present alternates to the business users aiding them in making optimal decisions. Thereafter, it can automate decision-making and execution. Thereby it can play the complete CORE role-model (recommended by Gartner) and become a self-sustaining autonomous engine. In the age of disruption, it helps in bringing resiliency and growth to an organization. What was Command Center in the past is Supply Chain Resiliency Control Tower today.
Trinamix Supply Chain Resiliency Control Tower (TSCRCT) has a single data model and holds data in a single platform. This data is refreshed in real-time.
About the Authors
Molly Chakraborty is a co-founder and President of Trinamix Inc. Molly has spent 25+ years in the Supply Chain Industry. Prior to founding Trinamix Molly worked as Development Manager at Oracle as a thought leader in technology and application of Oracle products. Molly is a gold medalist from Jadavpur University with Masters in Electrical Engineering. She has demonstrated leadership in successfully enabling major SCM and Manufacturing initiatives, while taking Trinamix from a small startup to a globally recognized system integrator in the process.
Viral leads the TrinamixI4.0 practice and development of Supply Chain Resiliency Solutions. He has 6 years of experience across industries at strategic & operational roles in supply chain, operations, NPI & manufacturing.He is a graduate student from Northeastern University and has worked at Godrej where he developed & implemented an advanced Supply Chain Network Optimisation solution enhancing performance across departments.