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The nature of a supply chain for technology companies can be unique and incorporate not just physical aspects but data, intellectual property, and an extensive reliance on connectivity and the cloud. (Free use image/ALM Media archives) The nature of a supply chain for technology companies can be unique and incorporate not just physical aspects but data, intellectual property, and an extensive reliance on connectivity and the cloud. (Free use image/ALM Media archives)

Technology companies today operate on a global scale like no other time in history. Borders no longer constrain commerce, and organizations increasingly must deal with external forces across the footprint of their supply chain, digital networks, distribution channels and consumer markets.

Traditional disruptions — severe weather, tariffs, geopolitical risk — are expected and planned for. The “once in a lifetime” events, like a global pandemic that grinds the world economy to a halt, adds an entirely new dimension to supply chain management moving forward.

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