Enhancing manufacturing productivity: A review of AI-Driven supply chain management optimization and ERP systems integration


  • Olubunmi Adeolu Adenekan Independent Telecommunications Engineer and Data Analyst, UK.
  • Nko Okina Solomon Marshall University Huntington West Virginia. US Department: Environmental Health and Safety, USA
  • Peter Simpa Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Hull, UK
  • Scholar Chinenye Obasi University of South Wales, UK




This abstract delves into the realm of manufacturing productivity enhancement through the review of AI-driven supply chain management (SCM) optimization and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems integration. As industries strive for operational excellence, the convergence of artificial intelligence (AI) and supply chain management emerges as a transformative force in driving efficiency, agility, and competitiveness. Through a comprehensive analysis, this abstract examines the synergistic relationship between AI-driven SCM optimization and the integration of ERP systems, elucidating their collective impact on manufacturing productivity. AI-driven SCM optimization encompasses a spectrum of technologies and methodologies, including predictive analytics, machine learning, and autonomous decision-making systems, aimed at optimizing various facets of the supply chain, from demand forecasting and inventory management to production planning and logistics optimization. By harnessing the power of AI, manufacturers can enhance forecasting accuracy, reduce lead times, optimize inventory levels, and mitigate supply chain disruptions, thereby improving overall productivity and customer satisfaction. Integration of ERP systems plays a complementary role in manufacturing productivity enhancement by providing a centralized platform for data management, process automation, and cross-functional collaboration. Through seamless integration with AI-driven SCM optimization tools, ERP systems enable real-time data exchange, actionable insights, and end-to-end visibility across the supply chain, facilitating informed decision-making and agile response to dynamic market conditions. Drawing insights from case studies and industry examples, this abstract highlights best practices, challenges, and emerging trends in AI-driven SCM optimization and ERP systems integration. Strategies for successful implementation, including organizational readiness assessment, change management, and stakeholder engagement, are discussed to guide manufacturers in unlocking the full potential of these transformative technologies. In conclusion, the convergence of AI-driven SCM optimization and ERP systems integration offers a compelling pathway for enhancing manufacturing productivity, driving operational excellence, and sustaining competitive advantage in the digital era..

Keywords:  Artificial Intelligence, Supply Chain Management, Enterprise Resource Planning, Manufacturing Productivity, AI Integration, Predictive Analytics.