Why are Supply Chain Issues so Complicated and Costly?
Supply chain issues are no longer local. They are global, extending across companies and industries. Over the past few decades, lean supply chains and inventories, cost cutting, and industry consolidation have collided with the growing need for sustainability, geopolitical policy and regulations, shifting supplier relationships, market competitiveness, focus on client experience, and most recently the pandemic.
We’re revolutionizing and expanding visibility into the physical supply chain.
Experience the Surgere Interius™ SaaS Suite
Finally, the solution to see inside your supply chain.
Flexible, Scalable, Secure - Interius.
Interius™ encompasses Surgere's expanding and flexible IoT
sensor-based technology to accurately gather activity data. Interius is comprised of specific modules that deliver insight from yard, waste management, and container tracking.
No Two Facilities
Surgere has a catalog of sensor devices engineered for multiple needs and environments, ultra-wide band and GPS tags, beacons, and custom solutions.
Different transportation methods and distances
Specific software tracking needs
Unique manufacturing, parts, and deliverables
Designated regulations and needs
Heightened levels of security
Diverse workforce and culture
No two supply chains are the same. While supply chains may share similar functions and complexities, each industry has specific requirements, standards, and needs.
Patented IoT Sensor Technology
Surgere has engineered and patented IoT technology specific to the complexities, scalability, and flexibility needs of today’s global supply chain requirements.
Surgere-certified fixed and mobile IoT Sensors
Real -time location
Going Beyond Sustainability
Highlights on traceability from the whitepaper:
Leading companies in digital traceability understand traceability as both an offensive and defensive strategy.
Groups that compete within the same value chain can collaborate on a traceability solution without losing their competitive advantage.
One big mistake when investing in traceability is to delay planning how to scale a pilot program until it’s up and running.