Posted on August 28, 2019

Strong Supply Chain. Strong Business.

Ally Pulskamp
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Ally Pulskamp

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According to a survey by Deloitte, organizations with superior supply chain capabilities demonstrate significantly above average performance on both revenue growth and EBIT (Earnings Before Interest and Taxes) when compared to industry average:

  • 79 percent of organizations with superior supply chain capabilities ("supply chain leaders") achieve revenue growth that is significantly above average
  • Only 8 percent of the organizations with lower performing supply chains ("supply chain followers") have above-average revenue growth
  • 69 percent of supply chain leaders have an EBIT margin that is significantly above average compared to only 9 percent of supply chain followers

Supply Chain Leadership: Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited

The fiscal strength of a company is largely impacted by the success of their supply chain.  A deficient supply chain can play a major role in a company’s inability to compete, or can even cause them to fail.  A survey conducted by Tompkins Consortium reported that more than 50 percent of business leaders who participated considered their supply chain to be a standalone (autonomous) operating function. That’s a dangerous way to think.

 

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