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Your Chance to Vote in the 2016 Gartner Supply Chain Top 25

By Jane Barrett | April 19, 2016 | 0 Comments

What does GOOD look like in Supply Chain? The 2015 Supply Chain Top 25 analysis revealed not only worthy winners but three key trends:

  • Bimodal Suply Chain strategies
  • Increased customer intimacy
  • Emerging digital business models

The top five in 2015 were Amazon, McDonalds, Unilever, Intel and Inditex. Apple and P&G are the two inaugural companies that joined a new Masters category.

Expect a bit of a shake up in the ranking this year! We have included a CSR component to the methodology. I wrote about this in a previous blog and Stan Aronow, VP Research leading the Top 25 recently published the details on this CSR score. How will this new CSR score change the ranking? This is an exciting stage of the annual process – the company briefings are complete, analysts have voted, the peers invited to the expert panel have voted!

Now is your Chance to Vote in the Gartner Top 25 Social Vote:

Don’t know what the Top 25 is? For more than a decade the Gartner Supply Chain Top 25 ranking has been recognized as the industry standard for measuring supply chain leadership. We will be again be complementing our global ranking this year with a Social Vote captured from the broader supply chain community.

Your opinion is important and we want to hear from you!

To vote, simply click on the link below and select those companies you most admire for supply chain leadership.

The 2016 Supply Chain Top 25 will be revealed at a gala dinner during our Supply Chain Executive Conference in Phoenix Arizona May 17-20. Registration is still open for this elite gathering of Supply Chain execs. See you there!


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