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Supply Chain Visibility is the ability for a company?s leadership to look into their suppliers' global footprint, site locations, sub-contractor and sub-tier dependencies, site activities, part origins, alternate sites, recovery times, emergency contacts, and business continuity planning information. Allows the profiling of suppliers and how they are connected at the first, second and third tiers. Supply chain visibility helps a company's leadership make informed decisions and take proactive measures to prevent and mitigate supply chain risks.

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