Top 10 Supply Chain Solution Providers – 2022

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Award Logo - Supply Chain - 2022According to Market Reports World research, the global supply chain management solutions market size is projected to reach 3.63 million by 2026, at a CAGR of 10.9 percent from 2021 to 2026. The growth can be attributed to the investments in technologies such as artificial intelligence, IoT, augmented reality, and the cloud that have risen dramatically due to the growing need for autonomous solutions.
Especially, the incorporation of artificial intelligence (AI) is enabling them to reduce the human factor and evolve according to the requirements of the new normal. It is also enabling supply chain teams to take control of the data and derive insights seamlessly. Notably, AI is solving longstanding challenges around data silos and governance by bringing a higher level of visibility and integration across disparate areas of the supply chain.
IoT is also making waves in the supply chain landscape. It is helping businesses to maximize their control over their supply chain operations and optimize the entire range of operations. The sensors leveraged in IoT are also being used to gather critical data and draw insights. Moreover, with predictive analytics, organizations are using the collected data to derive value and use that information to optimize their decision-making processes.
The technology-driven expansion will significantly impact supply chain operations, including planning, demand management, and fulfillment to industry 5.0, leading to significant transformation and advancement. Moreover, as COVID-19 has underlined risks and resiliency gaps, organizations are looking to get on the front foot when it comes to innovation and disruption. Getting ahead of the trends in the supply chain arena that include visibility, resilience, automation, and cybersecurity will enable them to gain a competitive advantage.
To assist businesses in the task of finding accomplished supply chain solution providers, we have compiled this issue of Xplorex IT. It is elaborately crafted to assist you in fostering productive partnerships and improving performance. In this edition, we have listed the Top 10 supply chain solutions providers to highlight those making significant contributions to the business sectors. Equipped with innovative technological capabilities, these solution providers are set to transform the landscape.
We present to you Xplorex IT’s Top 10 Supply Chain Solution Providers – 2022.
Company Management Description
Demand Driven Technologies
Erik Bush,
Co-Founder and CEO
The company’s Demand Driven supply chain solutions have set the bar for dependability and performance in the industry
Joseph LaMantia,
e-Ventus provides a wide array of supply chain management and information technology services
Pawan Joshi,
SVP, Products & Strategy
Bringing together data from customers, distribution channels, suppliers, contract manufacturers and logistics partners, our collaborative and agile supply chain platform enables companies to use data in real time, with artificial intelligence and machine learning to drive smarter decisions
Lee Rector,
A leading international WMS and logistics software and solutions vendor. With its flagship Logistics Vision Suite (LVS), Mantis helps retail businesses make a seamless and quick transition from the conventional brick and mortar business model to an online one.
MVP Logistics
Carsten Jepsen,
MVP assists its client with international import and export services, warehouse fulfillment services, and domestic freight services, including anything from small package shipping to LTL and FTL shipping
Dan Goman,
Founder and CEO
OWNZONES Entertainment Technologies, a video supply chain company, provides digital supply chain solutions that help media companies and services deliver high-quality video content to their consumers globally, at scale, and at a fraction of the standard cost
Steve Johanson,
Founder & President
A new generation network design tool that enables supply chain leaders to rapidly design, visualize, and optimize their future supply chains.
Nathan Chapman,
VP & General Manager
Supplylogix provides integrated data-driven solutions that empower pharmacies to enhance patient service levels while controlling inventory expense. A McKesson Corporation subsidiary, the company’s solutions help pharmacists reduce costs, improve efficiency, and optimize their pharmacy supply chain
Jeff Wilson,
Verusen is an inventory and data management technology company that uses AI to reduce working capital and support more agile supply chains for complex manufacturing companies.
Jaakko Elovaara,
Youredi offers iPaaS-based fully managed data integration solutions to leading shippers, carriers, freight forwarders, software companies, and data providers.