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APQC

By APQC · November 14, 2017
According to APQC's Open Standards Benchmarking® logistics research, having a formal distribution strategy makes a big impact on cycle times and ultimately customer service.
By Becky Partida · November 2, 2017
Extensive implementation of a formal distribution strategy can yield both performance benefits and a competitive advantage
By APQC · September 7, 2017
Supply chain planning involves the careful coordination of partners across the value chain to best meet customer requirements.
By Jennifer Daniels, Joe Tillman, Bob Trebilcock and Judd Aschenbrand · September 1, 2017
Forget the stereotypes you’ve heard about Millennials in the workplace. New research from SCMR, APICS and APQC finds that the next generation is engaged and enthused about careers in supply chain management.
By Becky Partida, APQC · September 1, 2017
Organizations may improve their supply chain planning by re-evaluating or adopting three high-level practices.
By SCMR Staff · August 30, 2017
New research from SCMR, APICS and APQC reveals a generation that is enthused and engaged in supply chain careers. Read the full research here.
By SCMR Staff · July 24, 2017
When looking to improve performance for regular activities such as ordering materials, many organizations overlook front-end processes that can have an impact.
By Becky Partida · July 5, 2017
Organizations building stronger relationships with a broader group of suppliers have clear advantages
By Ryan Fernandes and Lisa M. Ellram · May 5, 2017
Too often, working capital pressures roll over supplier relationships without regard for what happens to supply chain risk. But now that new supply chain financing tools and techniques are proliferating, companies have a fresh chance to implement a coherent business strategy that balances the legitimate concerns of the buyer’s finance department with those of the company’s supply chain management experts.
By Becky Partida, APQC · May 4, 2017
Although organizations have embraced supply chain analytics, few are highly satisfied with their ability to use the data to make decisions.
By Becky Partida, APQC · March 6, 2017
Organizations are looking to supply chain analytics for a variety of purposes.
By Becky Partida, APQC · January 24, 2017
Supply chain functions are using benchmarking for decision making, but can do more to track its impact. APQC’s research shows that supply chain functions tend to be ahead of other functions with regard to using benchmarking to drive business decision.
By SCMR Staff · December 5, 2016
APQC’s research shows that that there is a disconnect between the perceived effectiveness of both network planning and optimization tools and DRP software and the actual results that organizations are achieving.
By Becky Partida · November 3, 2016
To get the most out of supply chain optimization, think beyond cost savings.
By Becky Partida · September 9, 2016
Supply chain organizations are searching for ways to reduce procurement cost. APQC’s research shows that organizations have the largest group of their procurement full time employees assigned to ordering materials and services.

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