Every day $96 billion worth of raw materials and goods are exchanged between manufacturers, distributors, freight and retailers through a vast, global network. But there’s a problem, because most tracking and business management takes place on whiteboards and in spreadsheets. It’s uncoordinated and inefficient, disconnected from partners, with little knowledge of what came before or what’s next.
Supply chains remain a digitally disconnected network that do not meet business needs.
Resonance is developing a platform that enables businesses within the supply chain to work together more effectively, delivering real time business intelligence and bottom-to-top collaboration. Over the next 10 years supply chains will be digitally transformed into an interconnected global network, and Resonance wants to be the company that wins that race. We are working with enthusiastic early adopters and have a clear route to market with support from key industry leaders.
Our business was also founded by leading experts in the environmental, social and governance impact of supply chains. We know that solving the systemic problems within supply chains is essential if we are going to tackle the biggest moral problems facing us today, and that in the future there is no fundamental reason why any business should have to choose between purpose and profit.