Conclusion: This month has seen an increased focus on discussions regarding supply chain disruptions. While demand for ICT products and associated services remains strong, if supply chain issues cannot be averted or accommodated, disruptions experienced can have an adverse impact on a business’ ability to operate. Supply chain issues, as well as sudden shifts in supply or demand can impact on sales and general company operations. To ensure the continued delivery of business-critical products and services, digital transformation efforts are required to reduce the impact of supply chain disruptions and minimise effects on business operations. Vendors can assist with establishing protocols, supply chain resilience and maintenance as well as ensure a well-managed supply chain remains a business priority.

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Irene Pimentel

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Irene Pimentel

Irene Pimentel is an IBRS analyst who focuses on news and information on the global IT Outsourcing market. Irene provides IBRS clients with up to date information on all outsourcing deals that are taking place helping our clients understand who is winning business in what markets. With over 10 years experience as a management consultant, Irene has worked with some of Australia's largest blue chip companies and public sector organisations. Irene has also worked as a research manager for an IT sourcing consultancy, providing clients with targeted intelligence and advice for their specific IT sourcing transactions.