VLOG: What the *Bleep* is a Service Supply Chain

Last modified: June 5, 2018

Supply chains have been around in some fashion since the days of the ancient Romans — probably longer. Service supply chains? Well, that’s another story, one Flash Global continues to write on a daily basis. Simply put, the service supply chain is defined as:

A detailed organization and implementation of a complex operation comprised of an integrated set of logistics and professional services specifically designed to enable OEMs to support their products after the sale.

SAY WHAAAAT?! You still don’t get it? Let us show you what we mean:

Clear as a mountain stream, right? Take a deeper dive with a Flash Global expert who can explain how our approach to service supply chain creates the visibility and consistency needed to accelerate your expansion in the global marketplace.




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