Hubspan Inc. (Seattle) – Consider a Cloud-based integration platform delivered as a managed service that integrates and translates data and documents, and automates business processes.
SAP (Walldorf, Germany) – SMEs should look to on-demand software to manage global supply chains at an affordable price and without having to invest their capital in IT infrastructure.
SPS Commerce (Minneapolis, MN) – Equipped with timely, accurate inventory information, sales teams are more knowledgeable and will become trusted partners to their retail customers.
VAI (Ronkonkoma, NY) – Supply chains must become connected and integrated end-to-end with suppliers, partners, and customers—real-time and in constant collaboration.
More 2010 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 Companies
eCustoms (Buffalo, New York); eZCom Software Inc. (Englewood, NJ); Metastorm (Baltimore, MD); Sterling Commerce (Columbus, OH – acquired by IBM); SYSPRO (Costa Mesa, CA); UpNet Technologies, Inc (Minneapolis, MN); Wesupply (Coventry, UK)
ADR North America (Ann Arbor, MI) – Develop a continuing learning culture and tap into skills assessment and training programs that improve your staff’s (and your own) professional skills with customized programs that can be delivered in any format throughout the world.
BSI (Reston, VA) – Leading companies are assessing the supply chain Total Cost of Risk (TCOR) and calculating the ramifications of shifting suppliers or manufacturing locations.
Dyadem (Toronto) – Tap a solution that enables all levels of the company to view critical quality risk data, empowering management with real-time data to make better decisions faster.
Fortna Inc. (West Reading, PA) – Supply chain survival equals cost reduction initiatives, maximizing people, processes, systems and assets, and these must become part of company culture.
Global4PL Supply Chain Services (Santa Clara, CA) – Engage with an enabler that will conduct a no-cost audit of your transportation spend and identify opportunities for cost savings.
Next Level Purchasing, Inc. (Moon Township, PA) – At the root of supply chain excellence is a skilled procurement staff that recognizes that the pace of change in the industry requires individuals not only retain the basic skills of purchasing, but also develop new skills and processes to order to achieve continued success.
Profit Point (North Brookfield, MA) – Supply chain excellence is independent of the economic cycle: The best decisions for supply chain performance work equally well in good times and bad.
Riverwood Solutions (Menlo Park, CA) – In the post-recessionary economy, those executives reshaping their supply chain to create an “Invisible Supply Chain” for their customers are focused on the following indicators of supply chain excellence: Efficacy, Responsiveness, and Supply Continuity, Shock Resistance & Risk Mitigation.
Spinnaker (Denver) – Combine the ability of planning decision support technologies to make optimized decisions quickly with operational capabilities to quickly execute these decisions.
D.W. Morgan Company, LLC (Pleasanton, CA) – Tap a service provider that can combine on-the-ground resources in key, global manufacturing locations with real-time visibility tools and strategic consulting so that you can extend into new markets.
The Smart Cube, Inc. (Chicago) –Strategy is still paramount: Despite the emphasis on cost management and survival, the most successful organizations will be those that maintain a focus on strategy – be it for the business or a given category.