Dell, Nokia, P&G Top Supply Chain Innovators List

IBM, Wal-Mart round out top five in AMR ranking of leading companies embracing supply chain best practices, technologies


IBM, Wal-Mart round out top five in AMR ranking of leading companies embracing supply chain best practices, technologies













  1. Dell - 20.75

  2. Nokia - 13.31

  3. Procter & Gamble - 11.70

  4. IBM - 11.31

  5. Wal-Mart Stores - 11.27

  6. Toyota Motor - 11.08

  7. Johnson & Johnson - 10.93

  8. Johnson Controls - 10.70

  9. Tesco - 9.43

  10. PepsiCo - 9.10

  11. Nissan Motor - 9.09

  12. Woolworths - 8.80

  13. Hewlett-Packard - 8.30

  14. 3M - 8.09

  15. GlaxoSmithKline - 7.95

  16. POSCO - 7.85

  17. Coca-Cola - 7.69

  18. Best Buy - 7.53

  19. Intel - 7.47

  20. Anheuser-Busch - 7.45

  21. The Home Depot - 7.29

  22. Lowe's - 7.00

  23. L'Oreal - 6.98

  24. Canon - 6.94

  25. Marks & Spencer - 6.89






For an in-depth look IBM's supply chain transformation initiative, read the interview with Linda Cantwell, IBM vice president for business growth initiatives, in the article "Breaking the Silo Mentality" in the April/May 2004 issue of Supply & Demand Chain Executive.
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