Blue Yonder simplifies supply chain management with Gen AI

Blue Yonder unveils new Generative AI solution for supply chain management
Leading supply chain solutions company - Blue Yonder - Simplifies supply chain management processes with Generative AI capabilities

Supply chain disruption is a tale as old as time, yet one that is becoming more prevalent, as such organisations need to make informed decisions faster and more accurately than ever before. However, this is easier said than done when navigating an overabundance of often-disparate data and the imperative to transfer knowledge. 

As such, Blue Yonderm a leading supply chain solutions provider has launched  Blue Yonder Orchestrator, a Generative AI capability providing companies with the ability to fuel more intelligent decision-making and faster supply chain orchestration.

What does Blue Yonder Orchestrator do?

By synthesizing the natural language capabilities of large language models (LLMs) and the depth of a company’s supply chain IP, the new solution accelerates data-driven decision-making.

“Blue Yonder Orchestrator helps companies bring value to their data, which is where many companies struggle,” said Duncan Angove, CEO at Blue Yonder. 

“It allows business users to quickly access recommendations, predictive insights, and intelligent decisions to ensure they generate the best outcomes to impact their supply chain positively. In today’s supply chain environment, in which many professionals are nearing retirement age and it’s challenging to retain that institutional knowledge, companies can use Blue Yonder Orchestrator as a trusty supply chain assistant that can augment intuition – using the value of the data – to make better and faster decisions.”

Pulling data from all relevant and permissible sources, the solution provides insights in a digestible format and recommends the next steps. The solution does this without the hassle of wrangling data, toggling between multiple software, or relying on technical teams to create the framework or view. 

“Generative AI has a lot of promise but comes with certain considerations. As we learn more, we will introduce additional capabilities and accelerate adoption across the portfolio. Blue Yonder is embarking on an exciting journey,” added Angove. 

“Understanding vulnerabilities and mitigating security exposures in generative AI-based systems will pave the way for the realisation of the tremendous promise of this emerging capability,” said Gurdip Singh, chief product officer, Blue Yonder. 

“With diligence and the right technology partner, companies can adopt generative AI early – and securely – to get a head start on realising its benefits now and in the future. The key is balancing innovation and governance through continuous collaboration between security and AI teams. Blue Yonder successfully achieves this balance and helps its customers understand and acclimate to the new technology.”

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