Supply Chain Visibility (SCV)

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What is Supply Chain Visibility (SCV)?

Supply chain visibility (SCV) refers to the ability of a company to track and monitor the movement and status of goods and materials as they flow through the supply chain. SCV is important because it helps companies to manage their supply chain more effectively, by providing real-time information about the location and status of goods and materials.

SCV can be achieved through the use of technology, such as enterprise resource planning systems and supply chain management software, which can provide real-time tracking and monitoring of goods and materials as they move through the supply chain. It may also involve the use of sensors and other tracking devices to collect data about the location and condition of goods and materials.

Having visibility into the supply chain can help companies to identify bottlenecks and inefficiencies, and to take corrective action to address any issues that arise. It can also help to reduce the risk of disruptions or delays and to improve the overall efficiency and performance of the supply chain.

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