Gartner: industry-leading advice for supply chain executives

By Sean Galea-Pace
Considered one of the world’s leading research and advisory companies, Gartner equips business executives with insights, advice and tools to succeed w...

Considered one of the world’s leading research and advisory companies, Gartner equips business executives with insights, advice and tools to succeed with tomorrow in mind.

Gartner exists to provide unrivalled expert-led, practitioner-sourced and data-driven research to help enable its clients to make the right decisions. In order to make this a reality, the company offers a comprehensive range of research methods such as in-depth proprietary studies, peer and industry best practices, trend analysis and quantitative modeling. 

The firm serves over 15,600 organisations in more than 100 countries. In order to meet the demands of the supply chain industry, the firm hosts conferences worldwide throughout the year. During 2020, there will be Gartner conferences in every major region, such as North America, EMEA, Australia, India, Japan and Latin America. These events are largely well-attended and provide the opportunity to listen to expert thought leaders in the industry and create a platform to connect and network with like-minded professionals in the field.

You can view Gartner's full list of conferences during 2020 here!


Benchmark analytics

Gartner's specialist practitioners delivers market-leading data and actionable insights. Through this, Gartner empowers its clients to:

  • Measure - know where you are today to recognise the costs compared to peers to work out prudent ways to sustain the baseline.

  • Optimise - uncover the best opportunities for improvement to nurture growth.

  • Transform - use comparative measurement to align with business initiatives and work out progress.

The importance of robust and credible demand planning is essential to long-term success in the supply chain industry. Gartner helps to optimise supply chain planning by offering insights, advice and tools that can help supply chain executives create a more responsive, lean and cost-efficient supply chain. 

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