Sharcx gives you risk of delay predictions even before delivery has started

How often have you been caught unaware of delivery reliability issues? Wouldn’t it be great if there was a tool that could tell you well in advance about any shortcomings? Look no more.

The sharcx suite fetches and analyses data from multiple sources such as SAP, Elemica and Elementum and categorically classifies that information to predict any chances of disruption. The prediction mechanism through the sharcx dashboard gives you constant, real-time updates that will keep you in the loop.

Elemica connects aspects of your supply chain related to road deliveries, but it falls short of giving you the full story. Certain elements of the operational process including delivery reliability issues, supplier end issues and historical inefficiencies are missed out. Here, sharcx’s predictive algorithm can help you stay one step ahead in the game by having a thorough understanding of any potential shortcomings.

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Unlike Elementum and Elemica, sharcx tracks all 3 stages of the order process. We can notify from the first stage onwards. This makes our notification process comprehensive and informs you of delays days in advance.

Machine Learning and AI-powered mechanisms will give you an overview of whether there will be potential delays even before the shipment process has started.

Since the delivery process is an intricate and multi-faceted process, it is vital that all components of the process are tightly knit together. The sharcx suite not only gives you an end-to-end overview of the entire shipment journey.

In one particular instance, a client was unable to proactively predict delays in the Elemica pipeline. The sharcx suite helped predict a potential delay much earlier than a notification from Elemica was triggered. This helped the client communicate the delay with the customers. This was fruitful in increasing customer satisfaction for clients such as BASF.

Supply Chain and Customer Service Executives are becoming more aware that in an extremely competitive environment, customer centricity remains a vital value proposition for companies. Having a clear understanding of shipment delays can help inform customers well in advance, especially when product deliveries are time-sensitive or the nature of the product warrants a special storage situation.

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