ClearMetal Offers Free Supply Chain Software to Healthcare Providers to Combat COVID-19
"To serve our customers while also helping to ensure the safety of our associates, we've changed our logistics, transportation, supply chain, purchasing, and third-party seller processes to prioritize stocking and delivering items that are a higher priority for our customers. This has resulted in some of our delivery promises being longer than usual."
If you’re in the medical/healthcare world, the quote above could be coming from you - or any of your competitors. You may be surprised, however, to learn that Amazon is making that statement. After all, haven’t they mastered the customer-centric supply chain with same- or one-day deliveries?
The reality behind this seemingly “oh, Amazon is affected too” scenario is that their continuously evolving supply chain is once again adapting to what people really need during this time - items that are needed to protect against COVID-19’s impact. So while the “regular” items we all typically count on in short order are being temporarily delayed, Amazon is in a position to redirect their corporate strategy to help make the world a better place during these trying times.
Wouldn’t you and your customers benefit from this kind of flexibility to “shift on a dime” in these times of need and uncertainty?
We want to help you.
In the spirit of helping healthcare and medical suppliers ensure their critical goods and raw materials reach their destinations in a timely manner despite the supply chain ebbs and flows related to COVID-19, ClearMetal, a leader in Continuous Delivery Experience (CDX) supply chain and logistics, is excited to offer its software free of charge to these companies for the duration of the pandemic crisis. ClearMetal’s CDX Platform helps businesses deliver “Amazon-like experiences” to their customers via a continuous methodology that learns, adjusts, and drives ongoing improvement in freight delivery and experience for customers. We’ve also just recently published this blog detailing four strategies that any business can use now to help your supply chain, technologies and people dynamically adapt to COVID-19.
Check out the press release to learn more about our free offer, and how you can qualify.