Thinking Ahead Part V: Does McDonald's have it wrong?
Next, instead of putting the order on a tray, the cashier puts my order into a bag, manually creates a receipt, seals the bag, and tells me I can’t open it until I get home!
McDonald’s sells 2.36B burgers a year. Imagine how many fewer burgers they would sell, or how less profitable they would be, if this is how it worked.
The import order is the atomic detail that initiates and orchestrates an extremely complex chain of events — and the process is completely broken. Efficiency, collaboration, transparency, and automation would go way up, while costs and exposure would go way down, by digitizing the order.
And that's where Mercado comes in.
Each week, Mercado CEO Rob Garrison pens his latest learnings from the supply chain industry as part of a series run for his LinkedIn followers. Each article aims to share a little insight into what's going on that week and to help foster discussion amongst industry professionals across levels, geographies, and companies.
You can connect with Rob on LinkedIn by following this link.
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