Hitting the Mark: Supply Chain Resilience

Examining how the financial health of your suppliers can lead to a more resilient global supply chain

In today’s globalized economy, companies are gaining competitive advantage by developing business relationships into more complex supply chains.  While these relationships can produce gains in productivity and profitability, they often come at the price of taking on additional risk exposure.

When it comes to supply chain disruptions, it’s no longer a matter of “if” it will happen, but “when” the next incident will occur.  Choosing a proactive approach to supplier risk management will only improve your ability to adapt, change, and respond quickly to threats as they arise.

You may not be able to predict the future, but you can be better prepared to deal with the unexpected.  Read the whitepaper “Hitting the Mark: Supply Chain Resilience” to learn how supplier financial health can be your key risk indicator for supply chain resilience.

Download the whitepaper to better understand the 4 elements of building greater supply chain resilience

  • Know your suppliers and ask the right questions
  • Uncover latent risks and vulnerabilities in the extended supply chain
  • Identify how much revenue is at risk from possible disruption
  • Develop a business continuity and resilience strategy