Avendra (Rockville, MD) – Supply chain excellence is rooted in the concepts of thoroughly understanding and meeting the needs of all of the constituents in the supply chain.
Basware (US: Stamford, CT) – By establishing closer collaboration between procurement and finance, companies can gain a single unified view into and control over the financial value chain.
D&B (Short Hills, NJ) – Companies need increased visibility into all aspects of their suppliers’ businesses, not solely financial data and top-tier suppliers, to avoid supply chain disruptions.
e-LYNXX Corporation (Chambersburg, PA) – Manage with an enterprise-wide perspective to achieve economies of scale by channeling a category like printing through a central source.
Emptoris, Inc. (Burlington, MA) – Ensure that your supply management solutions provide not only visibility to data but also actionable intelligence, to overcome the “sea of data” effect.
Enporion (Tampa, FL) – Leverage enablers that can provide a team of professionals who manage and execute the support tasks that many organizations find so demanding on increasingly overloaded staffs, or even impossible to perform with reduced staffs.
IQNavigator (Centennial, CO) – Economic recovery usually begins with contingent labor. Make sure you have the tools in place to manage this category of spend.
Prime Advantage (Chicago) – Leverage a group purchasing organization that can deliver cost savings through group volume discounts and rebates, and with a bench of top suppliers.
ProcureStaff Technologies (New York) – Focus on gaining total global visibility and control over all your contingent workforce supply chain and labor/services spend.
Prorizon Corporation (Atlanta) – For large and medium size companies, there’s a level of “scope creep” that infects a process as it evolves over time. Sometimes moving “Back to Basics” means taking a fresh look at the company’s core processes.
SciQuest, Inc. (Cary, NC) – While the recession focused unprecedented attention on the importance of supply chain optimization, most organizations have yet to realize the full potential of the people, processes and technologies that together comprise best practices.
Stamps.com (Los Angeles) – In these tough economic times, it is more important than ever to economize wherever possible. One potential revenue sink often overlooked is the inefficient way many companies still ship their products – using physical postage or postage meters to label their packages before shipping. Look into alternatives that can save the business both time and money.
The Shelby Group (North Barrington, IL) – Supply chain organizations investing in value-added services to address challenge areas now will be prepared to address risk moving forward.
Volt Consulting Managed Service Programs (New York) – Leverage a services supply chain solutions provider that can offer consultations designed to develop the most tailored, customized services procurement program for your unique business needs.
More 2010 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 Companies
Corporate United (Rocky River, OH); Fieldglass (Chicago); InnerWorkings, Inc. (Chicago); NPI (Atlanta); Staples, Inc. (Framingham, MA)