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AMR Research Top 25 Supply Chains

by Marcy Rizzo

June 7, 2010

By Marcy Rizzo

Each year, AMR Research (now a part of Gartner) publishes its “Supply Chain Top 25"  as a way to illustrate how business transformation is achieved among the world’s most competitive markets.

Examine the 2010 list of players below, and see how operational and innovative excellence looks. The research covers some of the best practices these companies employ to ensure the discipline of a well oiled supply chain is in constant step with strategic goals.

Many of the companies on the list are SAP shops. What are the common threads among these demand-driven companies? How do the best manage the dynamics of change, and can those tactics be scaled for your organization?

We’ll feature, and detail some of these achievements at the 2011 SAP Insider Logistics and Supply Chain Conference next March in Orlando, and later in the spring in Europe (location to be determined). I hope you join us. In the meantime; here is a link to the article: 

The 2010 Supply Chain Top 25

  1. Apple
  2. Procter & Gamble
  3. Cisco Systems
  4. Wal-Mart Stores
  5. Dell
  6. PepsiCo
  7. Samsung Electronics
  8. IBM
  9. Research In Motion
  11. McDonald’s
  12. Microsoft
  13. The Coca-Cola Company
  14. Johnson & Johnson
  15. Hewlett-Packard
  16. Nike
  17. Colgate-Palmolive
  18. Intel
  19. Nokia
  20. Tesco
  21. Unilever
  22. Lockheed Martin
  23. Inditex
  24. Best Buy
  25. Schlumberger
See you in March!

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