The events of this past year spotlighted—and strained—weak links in operational strategies and associated supply chains. So, it’s not surprising that 60% of executives say the pandemic has increased their supply chain’s strategic importance, according to consulting firm Ernst & Young.
Successful companies will take steps to increase supply chain resiliency, agility, and visibility. And how companies develop new products—and optimize aging product lines—through design for manufacturability (DFM) will play a central role in determining both product profitability and supply chain resilience. How products are designed will play a critical role in determining downstream manufacturing costs and how quickly companies can reroute supply chain operations when needed.
Read this whitepaper to learn how digital manufacturing simulation reduces supply chain cost and risk.