By LM Staff ·
November 14, 2017
Your supply chain has gone digital but some of your trading partners are still sending you paper. And it’s slowing you down – leading to issues like lost documents and missed deadlines that kill productivity.
Your problem is all too common: 77% of companies in the early stages of B2B integration maturity processed less than 50% of transactions digitally.
Even more alarming, the majority of information exchanged between business partners still travels by fax, email or phone rather than structured, automated methods.
Don’t let this digital divide continue to erode your ROI. Get all your partners into one digital ecosystem.
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