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Maine Pointe’s 2020 Thought Leadership Reinforces Supply Chain Digitization and Highlights Long-Term Changes to Supply Chain

Global supply chain and operations consultancy delivers subject matter expertise on rethinking the digital supply chain and building global success in 2021

Topics: Private Equity Total Value Optimization GSCI White Paper Digital Supply Chain Aerospace Steven Bowen CEOs Supply Chain Optimization Global Supply Chain Institute Maine Pointe Steven Bowen Maine Pointe Supply Chain Strategy CFO CEO Michigan State University MSU Supply Chain Aviation David Grasso MSU MSU White Paper pandemic supply chain and operations University of Tenneessee globalsupplychain Aviation, Aerospace and Defense Supplier Risk Management simon knowles

Maine Pointe Shows Shareholder Value is Inextricably Linked to Supply Chain Performance in University of Tennessee White Paper

New white paper illustrates how progressive supply chain organizations are increasing shareholder value with Total Value Optimization, uncovering the blind spot CEOs have on how supply chain impacts share price performance

(Boston, Mass - April, 2019) – Global supply chain and operations consulting firm Maine Pointe is featured prominently in a white paper published by the University of Tennessee’s Global Supply Chain Institute (GSCI), titled “Driving shareholder value with your supply chain.” The paper shows the inextricable link between shareholder value and supply chain performance, exploring specific areas where many organizations fall short, and highlighting success factors and an actual case study of how an organization was able to add $600 million of cash flow through supply chain optimization.

Topics: Private Equity Total Value Optimization Board of Directors global supply chain GSCI White Paper Cost, Cash, Growth CEOs Global Supply Chain Institute Shareholder Value CFOs supply chain risk

Maine Pointe Sponsors UT Global Supply Chain Institute White Paper on Supply Chain Best Practices

Cross-functional collaboration and supply chain integration are challenging business goals that many companies deprioritize because their value is hard to define.

A new study from the University of Tennessee, Knoxville's Global Supply Chain Institutesponsored by Maine Pointe, finds that not only does internal collaboration create financial worth; benchmark companies are leveraging collaboration outside their organizations to create competitive advantages.

Topics: Total Value Optimization GSCI White Paper