Medical and Healthcare Supply Chain and Logistics


With hospitals forced to deal with shortages in personal protective equipment (PPE), ventilators, and critical medications, COVID-19 exposed serious weaknesses in U.S. healthcare supply chains there is an acute need for more effective supply chain management in the healthcare sector. Healthcare organizations have been under increasing pressure to improve profitability and tackle rising supply chain costs. In fact, it has been reported that hospitals could save around $12 million annually by improving hospital supply chain management.


  • Reduce repeat deviations by up to 50%
  • Improve delivery performance by up to 82%

Dashboards provide actionable visibility at all levels of the organization and to end-to-end supply chain partners.

Drill down from dashboards into individual incidents, assign them to the right team of subject matter experts, and start the resolution process.

Four pre-built incident management processes and a change request process ensure that you can get started immediately.