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Resilient Supply Chains: The Next Frontier
Advances in leaner and faster supply chains have, in many cases, come at the price of increased brittleness. It is time to make supply chains more resilient, and deal with risk more intelligently to maintain the gains from lean strategies, and take performance to the next level.

VINOD VAZE: by Kevin Hendricks and Vinod Singhal. They found that each significant supply chain disruption resulted in, on average, -40 percent loss in shareholder value. The impact on operating income and ROA was even more dramatic (see figure 3). It is well understood that expediting costs—increases in the cost of raw materials, as well as transportations costs—fines and penalties, as well as lost business—result from poor coordination in the chain. Of course, there is the upside opportunities that can also

Inovis MESH Framework for Dial Tone Business Communities
Inovis MESH Framework for Dialtone Business Communities. IT White Papers and Other Computer Software to Use the Inovis MESH Framework In Your Complex System. When it comes to business-to-business (B2B) communications, two of the basic requirements for regulatory compliance are having a reliable network and a high quality dial tone. So why would you want to settle for anything less? To ensure that both are obtained, many companies are entrusting their data—and their compliance responsibilities—to the Inovis Multienterprise Expert Services Hub (MESH) platform. Find out why.

VINOD VAZE: devastate corporate performance, says Vinod Singhal, professor of operations management at Georgia Tech College of Management. After analyzing more than 800 publicly-announced disruptions that occurred between 1989 to 2000, Singhal reported in 2005 that companies continue to operate for at least two years at a lower performance level. It does not matter who caused the disruption, what the reason for the disruption was, what industry a firm belongs to, or when the disruption happened. Singhal also noted
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