The Changing Contours Of B2B Payment Trends

The onset of Covid-19 has impacted people's lives in manners unheard of in any humanitarian crisis in the recent past. The impact has been widespread, spanning both the personal and professional lives of people worldwide. Businesses have seen supply chain disruptions of unimaginable magnitude.The disruption that originated from China in February 2020, followed by the global shutdown, exposed multiple vulnerabilities in business strategies and supply chain everywhere in the world. To keep the show running and address desired supply chain goals, businesses had to find contemporary ways to meet them.In its present form, the global supply chain is still evolving to defy the disruptive forces that Covid brought along and might continue to in the future. As we continue to reel under multiple waves of Covid, international supply chain normalisation looks years away, whereas the domestic supply chain disruptions normalised relatively quickly.


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