Deep research studies. Open Content research. We bring you insights first. At Supply Chain Insights we write reports to help supply chain leaders maximize value in their journey for supply chain excellence. This month we're sharing a new reports on metrics that matter, customer-centricity, and supply chain analytics to help you create an optimal environment.
Supply Chain Metrics That Matter: A Focus on High-Tech and Electronics
High-tech supply chains serve global markets with regional preferences. They include some of the most advanced processes and strongest supply chain leadership across all industries. As a result, the value chain made more progress than others in the course of the last decade. This report is based on analysis of financial balance sheet data and income statements for the Consumer Electronics, B2B Electronics, Contract Manufacturers, and the Semiconductor industries over the period of 2006-2015. The report reflects insights from the pre- and post-recession periods and compares the progress of companies within their peer group..
Driving a Customer-Centric Supply Chain
In this study, 80% of those surveyed have a customer-centric strategy; yet the majority (54%) state that there is room for improvement to drive performance changes in their supply chain. Companies struggle to drive alignment and build constancy of purpose.
Putting Together the Pieces: Supply Chain Analytics
This report is the result of six months of studying the emerging supply chain analytics technology market. This report is based on qualitative research completed in the period of January-July 2016. In this research effort, we interviewed thirty-five technology analytics providers to understand their solutions. This was followed by interviews with thirty innovative supply chain leaders. To support this research and take it one step further, we augment these qualitative insights with quantitative survey analysis collected in preparation for the Supply Chain Insights Global Summit. In this research, we share insights on the importance of supply chain analytics in Supply Chain 2030 strategies.
Save the Date for Our Global Summit on Sept 5-8, 2017 at Lake Oconee, GA
We listened to presentations about making changes and we heard from attendees that an East Coast location might be a good change of pace. Therefore we decided to move the Global Summit to Lake Oconee, GA for 2017. Save the date for a Summit that will provide unparalleled conversations and brainstorming, even more networking and fun, and ideas that will revolutionize your business. Save The Date for Sept 5-8, 2017!
Take Our Survey
What digital B2B methods are you using? How well are P2P processes working? And what challenges do you face? This survey is designed for manufacturers, retailers, & distributors using EDI, multi-party business networks, or portals who have a digital P2P program. The first 50 people to take the survey will get a $5 Starbucks gift card or a $5 donation to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Take the survey today.
Register for Building Next-Generation Supply Chain Capabilities
On January 18-19, 2017 we will host a cross-company training class to teach leaders how to overcome obstacles such as slowing global markets, increasing complexity, and accelerating business change. The class will be a facilitated workshop focusing on the current state of supply chain, the evolution of next-generation supply chain thinking, emerging forms of analytics, and potential paths forward to seize new opportunities in Supply Chain 2030. Directors or Senior Managers tasked with charting future supply chain strategies should attend this training session to learn how to incorporate evolutionary supply chain techniques and technologies. $995 per attendee.
To learn more about joining the program, contact Regina Denman, Director of Client Services.