It seems like everywhere you turn, there’s a new article, post or study on the digitization of the supply chain, and with good reason! More and more companies are focusing on digitizing their supply chain to better keep up with customer demand, improve productivity, and manage manufacturing and distribution risks. With the emergence of new technologies, such as the Internet of Things (IoT), and expanding use of GPS, RFID and other electronic data capture and synchronizing technologies, the volume of data available to companies today is unprecedented. In order for companies to take advantage of this new level of data granularity, they need to rethink the way they capture and process this information. After all, the real value in all this data is when it provides answers and actionable business information.