2010 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100

100 ways to help your company return to growth and profit in the "New Normal"


Supply Chain Consultants (Wilmington, DE) – Ensure you have tools and technologies in place to manage volatility in your supply chain before the next disruptive event occurs.


Terra Technology (Norwalk, CT) – Consider a “demand sensing” tool that uses pattern recognition mathematics to decipher daily demand signals and generate a more accurate forecast.


More 2010 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 Companies

ArrowStream, Inc. (Chicago) ; Aldata Solution (Atlanta); Cadent Resources Group, LLC (Lake Bluff, IL); Exostar (Herndon, VA); INSIGHT, Inc. (Manassas, VA); Zilliant (Austin, TX)

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Sourcing


BravoSolution (Malvern, PA) – Skill building is essential to any sourcing organization. Teams that were downsized in recent years need the skills and support to absorb new sourcing volume faster than they will be able to add headcount to their teams. Look for partners that can work with you to create “lifetime learning programs” that help to support users with a balanced combination of classroom training, online training and a vibrant user community that works in concert to continually build both technology and business skills.


Ariba (Sunnyvale, CA) – Companies can mitigate brand, commodity and disruptive risks through the agility provided by service-based software delivery models.


CombineNet, Inc. (Pittsburgh)  – Being a trusted partner to suppliers now can nurture relationships and lead to “preferred status” when economic growth leads to capacity constraints.


Global eProcure (Clark, NJ) – With the rise of multiple low-cost supply and demand centers in developing economies, supply chain organizations must be flexible in sourcing raw material and distributing finished goods and services to these regions.


Iasta (Carmel, IN) – Companies who prepared themselves for supply risk created comprehensive risk management initiatives to deal with global supply threats during the economic downturn.


Insight Sourcing Group (Norcross, GA) – If you haven’t already negotiated better deals with suppliers, cut costs in important expenditure areas, and secured jobs for your employees, you’re behind the curve.


JVKellyGroup, Inc. (Huntington, NY) – Supply chain executives need to be concerned with and must manage and update their supplier contingency plans with much more rigor than before.


OnDemand Resources, LLC (McLean, VA) – Leveraging experienced project/interim resources on a temporary basis to deliver savings and efficiencies while keeping the organization nimble.


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Source One Management Services, LLC (Willow Grove, PA) – Organizations should adopt a variety of sourcing strategies in order to adapt to the ever-changing economic environment.

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Treya Partners (Thousand Oaks, CA) – Continue to apply cost management best practices during growth periods to accelerate away from the competition in operating margin performance.


More 2010 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 Companies

Core Solutions (Scotch Plains, NJ); Selected Services - POOL4TOOL (Vienna)

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Procurement


Genpact (Gurgaon, India) – Companies striving for best-in-class performance must take an end-to-end view to transforming their supply chain processes, addressing all segments of the supply chain and focusing on root causes to ensure a “one-time fix” rather a succession of “quick fixes.” This eliminates small incremental gains and helps realize the maximum possible improvements in a company’s working capital position and costs.

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