Supply Chain Today “hires” AI to do more with less.

Supply Chain Today “hires” AI to do more with less.

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We are going to make 2023 a major year for Supply Chain Today by “hiring” AI (artificial intelligence).  We plan to show businesses how they can do more with less utilizing artificial intelligence.  This page will be constantly improving so check back often.  With the help of artificial intelligence Supply Chain Today has improved our past posts and will be using AI for many of our future articles and videos.  The reason we say Supply Chain Today “hired” artificial intelligence is because we are using it in the a way where people would usually be helping create stories and videos.  AI is truly a game changer for business.

The Supply Chain Today collaboration community increases the knowledge of supply chain professionals and has helped advance many careers.  We do this because it is our passion.  We don’t make money from Supply Chain Today but maybe we should, but that’s a different story.  In order to increase our staff we have “hired” AI because it truly helps us do more with less.  As a supply chain professional guessing we have all heard “Do more with less!”  In this “living” article we will be sharing how we are using artificial intelligence and how businesses can do more with less with AI.

Our Supply Chain Today collaboration community continues to grow. We have over 140,000 members in our LinkedIn group.  Our two supply chain Facebook groups have over 35,000 members.  We highly encourage people to visit our social media groups to help increase their knowledge of SCM.  To see the Supply Chain Today collaboration resources on social media for SCM and AI click on this link.

Here are a few SCM training articles artificial intelligence helped create.  These articles will be expanding with the help of AI.

Here are some videos we have used artificial intelligence to create.

AI Tools to Increase Productivity and Efficiency.

This is what artificial intelligence said when asked: “How can artificial intelligence help companies do more with less?”

There are many ways that artificial intelligence (AI) can help companies do more with less, including:

  1. Automating routine tasks: AI can be used to automate tasks that are repetitive and time-consuming, such as data entry and processing. This can free up human workers to focus on more valuable tasks that require human expertise and creativity. For example, an AI system could be trained to handle customer inquiries and resolve basic issues, allowing human customer service representatives to focus on more complex issues.
  2. Increasing efficiency: AI can help companies streamline their operations and processes, resulting in increased efficiency and productivity. For example, AI-powered supply chain management systems can optimize routes and schedules, reducing waste and improving delivery times.
  3. Improving decision making: AI can analyze large amounts of data quickly and accurately, helping companies make better informed decisions. For example, an AI system could analyze sales data to identify trends and suggest the most effective marketing strategies, or analyze production data to identify bottlenecks and inefficiencies in the manufacturing process.
  4. Enhancing customer service: AI can be used to improve customer service by providing instant responses to customer inquiries and helping to resolve issues more quickly. For example, a chatbot powered by AI could handle basic customer inquiries and provide quick resolutions, allowing human customer service representatives to focus on more complex issues.
  5. Reducing labor costs: By automating tasks, companies can reduce their labor costs, which can help them to do more with less. For example, a company could use an AI system to handle certain HR tasks, such as scheduling interviews and processing employee benefits, which would free up HR staff to focus on more value-added activities.

Overall, AI can help companies to be more efficient and productive, enabling them to do more with fewer resources.

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