Media & Association Partners

Our partners are carefully selected for their affinity with Gartner products and services. Specifically, each partner provides valuable editorial, advertising and promotional coverage for our conferences in return for exposure to our delegates and sponsors.

Partners

 

 

Supply Chain World is the authority on best practices in supply chain management, featuring interviews with experts who know the process first-hand and are finding ever-better ways to improve efficiencies. Supply Chain World is a convenient, authoritative benchmarking tool, helping forward-thinking supply chain leaders and their global teams to stay current through cutting-edge content on our website and in our quarterly magazine. Each issue highlights best-practice strategies and practices to help our readers move products and information more efficiently and compete in the 21st century’s linked economy.

SupplyChainBrain is the world's most comprehensive supply chain management information resource. In addition to providing complete coverage of all fundamental supply chain principles, SupplyChainBrain identifies emerging trends, strategies and best practices, forward-thinking ideas, cutting-edge solutions and the latest innovations - and continues to write and report on these as they evolve and mature.

Supply & Demand Chain Executive – (SDCE) is the executive's user manual for successful supply and demand chain transformation, utilizing hard-hitting analysis, viewpoints and unbiased case studies to steer executives and supply management professionals through the complicated, yet critical, world of supply and demand chain enablement to gain competitive advantage. 

Following a similar model to the Harvard Business Review, SCMR primarily publishes columns and features contributed by business school professors, supply chain management practitioners and industry analysts. Topics including sourcing and procurement, software and technology, transportation and logistics, supply chain education, and other topics relating to the supply chain. SCMR also publishes numerous case studies featuring companies such as Wal-Mart, Motorola, IBM and Pfizer.

When Inbound Logistics produced its first issue in 1981, transportation and logistics were back-room silo functions and the term “supply chain” didn’t exist. The ideas we advocated—realigning business by better matching supply to demand, and speeding and reducing inventory—were diametrically opposed to what most were practicing. By staying true to our educational mission and through the efforts of a passionate staff, IL became the informational change agent for reinventing supply chain processes, and a catalyst for this new overall approach to business operations.

 

Ours has been a three-decade journey from being an outsider with counter-culture ideas of how transportation should fit within the enterprise, to the information leader in supply chain and logistics management.

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