SITL (Semaine de l’Innovation du Transport et de la Logistique)
Atos and Siemens are exhibiting at the SITL (Semaine de l’Innovation du Transport et de la Logistique), from Monday 13 to Wednesday 15 September 2021
Paris, Porte de Versailles, Pavillon 1.
This year, we will be discussing with you the theme of the intelligent and decarbonized supply chain, thanks to the Atos-Siemens alliance offer, supported by our renewed partnership.
Meet us on stand G89, during the conference on Monday 13 and the innovation trophy.
Your supply chain is becoming more complex, administrative and tailormade – against minimal margin.
Digital technology is rapidly transforming logistics, a cross-enterprise, worldwide industry. Logistics 4.0 promises digitized operations, deeply integrated with Industry 4.0 manufacturing process by leveraging the Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and Advanced Analytics.
Atos and Siemens bring you Intelligent Supply Chain, a unique offering combining the strengths of Siemens AX4, Siemens MindSphere and Atos Codex offerings.
With Intelligent Supply Chain solutions, you can, for example, track your logistics operations with precise predictions of vehicle arrival time, optimize routes for smart manufacturing processes, forecast production demand and simulate complex supply networks.
“Our solutions support our customers’ journey to the digital age as they are strategic for our Siemens mother company as well. Our partnership with Atos, as an expert in digital transformation, is key to the success of our offering. We applaud their advanced technology capabilities and our joint R&D program in digital logistics that will help bring a significant competitive advantage to the whole supply chain business value chain”.
Uwe Schumacher, VP Business Development, Siemens Digital Logistics
“Professionals tasked with managing supply chains within many enterprises are not deeply experienced in AI, which necessitates Atos acting as the bridge between the technology and the humans who need to understand it, deploy it and benefit from it.”.
Source: Technology Business Research, Inc.,
Patrick Heffernan, Practice Manager and Principal Analyst, 07.15.20.
Enter the age of Logistics 4.0
According to McKinsey research, companies that aggressively digitize their supply chains can expect to boost annual growth of earnings before interest and taxes by 3.2% —the largest increase from digitizing any business area—and annual revenue growth by 2.3%.
Enhance supply chain visibility and delivery reliability, automating entire processes with minimal manual intervention.
Lower operational costs by up to 30%, ensure up to 75% fewer lost sales, and decrease inventories by up to 75%.
Reduce forecasting error by 30-50% and mitigate risk along the supply chain.
Bringing intelligent supply chains to Industry 4.0
Digital disruption in the supply chain is here. Are you going to be digitally disrupted or a digital disrupter?
Intelligent Supply Chain Readiness Assessment
Only 6% of businesses currently have complete visibility over their supply chains. To compete and stay in the game, there is a critical need to adapt and disrupt by using predictive intelligence, analytics and real-time visibility, and ensuring your supply chain and last mile delivery initiatives are bringing full benefits.
To determine the next priorities in your supply chain operations or last mile delivery, Atos has developed a full readiness assessment. A short version is available here.
For supply chain initiatives to bring benefits, an intelligent solution with predictive intelligence,
analytics, and real-time visibility, becomes critical, allowing organizations to analyze data and turn that into prescriptive insights and action plans for the future.
The digital age, changing customer expectations, and new manufacturing methods are causing challenges in the supply chain. Discover how the Intelligent Supply Chain addresses key challenges, empowers Industry 4.0 and organizations to respond innovatively.
Major trends that encourage I4.0 are shorter product and service lifecycles and therefore the need to speed up time to market. This will increase the need for innovation and will introduce both complexity and cost. It may also bring organizations to their limit in terms of innovation capacity and capabilities in-house.
Vice President and Global Head of Transportation & Hospitality
Head of Global Center of Excellence Industry 4.0
Global Head Supply Chain Solutions & Presales, Retail Transport & Logistics
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