Recognizing sustained supply chain excellence
In the wake of the 18th edition of the Gartner Supply Chain Top 25, organizations are combating “The Great Resignation,” delivering on sustainability objectives, continuing along a digital transformation journey and working through myriad supply chain challenges. Innovative and strategic actions are vital. Our ranking highlights companies that are taking these actions and showcasing other differentiating capabilities.
Since 2015, we've acknowledged “Masters” to recognize sustained supply chain excellence. To be considered a master, companies must attain top-five composite scores for at least seven out of the past 10 years. Amazon, Apple, McDonald’s, Procter & Gamble and Unilever continue to be shining examples of adaptability, resilience and agility for the supply chain community. Along with the Masters category, the Supply Chain Top 25 offers a platform for insights, lessons, debates and contributions to the rising influence of supply chain practices on the global economy.
Cisco Systems scored the top spot for the third consecutive year, followed by Schneider Electric, Colgate-Palmolive, Johnson & Johnson, and PepsiCo.