One of the most visible non-sanitary impacts of the COVID19 crisis has been the huge disruption in the supply chain of goods, which became critical to fight the pandemic.
This shortage of critical goods has raised the question about the level of preparedness of national and local governments and their ability to quickly adapt procurement strategies in the context of disrupted supply chains.
Across the globe, countries are raising the same critical questions:
Connected Resilient Economy provides a digital planning, manufacturing and supply chain solution to define, plan, simulate and execute global supply chain processes in a virtual environment. It covers the entire scope and scale of Global Operations, helping governments to re-imagine their planning, management and optimization of all industrial and other public services operations, up to last-mile delivery.
Connected Resilient Economy also allows governments to aggregate data in one place automatically, engage the right experts, simulate complex scenarios, analyze and validate options, and communicate quickly and clearly with all stakeholders.
Connected Resilient economy brings to the public sector, the scientific methods, digital tools and processes to anticipate and manage potential supply crises and be prepared for the next disruptive events.
Virtual Twin for efficient public policies
Simulation solutions to mitigate risks of airborne contamination
Accelerate therapeutic research to better protect population
Accelerate clinical development to better protect population
Managing critical goods supply chain
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