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Manufacturers sell their products to end customers or to other manufacturers who use the products as components. There are many parties involved in this supply chain with each needing to add value to the end product or service to differentiate themselves and drive competitive advantage. This interdependent and connected value chain relies on transparency and collaboration in order to deliver products at the appropriate cost and quality within stringent and continually evolving environmental and legislative Regulations.
Market success depends on a new business agility that responds rapidly to demand changes, supply chain risks and fluctuating energy, commodity and transport costs — and enables new product innovation by synchronizing activities across functions and processes.
Manufacturing companies today require more flexible business models and real-time decision making intelligence. The QlikView business intelligence (BI) solution delivers measurable success quickly with no risk, minimal investment, and without having to commit substantial resources. Anyone within your business, as well as your suppliers and distributors, can use QlikView, with applications customized to each user’s needs.