How natural language processing approach can improve supply chain responsiveness

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Giuseppe Pagannone, Tesisquare & Jeff Healey, Vertica

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A data-driven approach and advanced analytics are key to supporting supply chain manager decisions. The natural language processing approach improves their capacity to easily access information wherever they are and at any time. This webinar focuses on the benefits of applying a natural language approach to accessing data and information provided by a control tower software solution. • Enhance agility and data-driven decisions with access to smart dashboards integrated with live operational data. • Receive automated proactive notifications when events trigger them. • Reduce negative impacts by putting actions in place promptly. A data-driven approach can improve your forecast capabilities, improve your knowledge and mitigate the impact of negative events. Don’t miss this webinar to discover how Tesisquare uses Vertica to accomplish this.

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