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Gartner Names Schneider Electric in its Top 15 2015 European Supply Chain Organizations

Update Time: 2019-12-20 14:54:36

Gartner Names Schneider Electric in its Top 15 2015 European Supply Chain Organizations

 Schneider Electric, the global specialist in energy management and automation, today announced that Gartner, Inc., the leading provider of research and analysis on the global information technology industry, has rated the company #10 in its 2015 Gartner Supply Chain Top 25: Europe Top 15¹. Schneider Electric joins the top 15 for the first time this year, jumping 12 spots from its 2014 ranking.

Gartner identified the top 15 performers in the report based on a combination of financial metrics (revenue growth, return on assets [ROA] and inventory), and a composite score that consists of the opinion of peers, Gartner supply chain analysts.

“When assessing the supply chain rankings for 2015, we identified some common practices and challenges experienced by leading supply chain organizations in Europe," said Stan Aronow, research vice president at Gartner. A willingness to invest in and experiment with technology and digital business models has given the top companies an edge in terms of collaboration, enhanced segmentation and local responsiveness².”

“Our goal is to ensure that our large base of global customers experience the benefits of our tailored supply chain approach,” said Annette Clayton, Executive Vice President, Global Supply Chain, Schneider Electric. We believe Gartner’s European Supply Chain rating confirms our position in the market and our commitment to providing customers with a best-in-class supply chain that meets their unique challenges.”

In the report, Gartner outlined the key common themes of the top European supply chain organizations:

  • Global Scale, Local Responsiveness — Regardless of industry, these companies all have hundreds of sites, thousands of suppliers, thousands of SKUs, and operate in dozens of countries. They are working to set aggressive global targets, but allow flexibility in how they are achieved in local markets.
  • Multiple Models Through Segmentation — Whether to address new product categories, emerging markets, the shift to multichannel, or enhanced customer service, leaders apply segmentation to create a portfolio of standard models to meet different end-user needs.
  • Collaboration — Based on visibility enabled by technology, these companies work collaboratively across whatever network is required to achieve the goal. Internally, that translates to a focus on making sales and operations planning, a true decision-making forum across functions within the supply chain, with internal business partners, suppliers and customers.
  • Digital Experimenters — Aware of the potential, these companies experiment with new products, packaging and operational approaches enabled by new digital technologies. By 2020, over 86% of companies expect to be a digital business 1 — blurring the lines between the physical and the digital. Leading supply chains are investigating how they can digitalise their supply chain through Industry 4.0 standards and the application of sensor technology and 3D printing, and focusing their strategy and process development to support shifting business models created by digital businesses.
  • Culture of Excellence and Masters of Change — For these companies, transformation is not a one-time project, it is a way of life. In addition to strong Lean Six Sigma continuous improvement, quality, and standardization initiatives keeping a focus on operational excellence, they have dedicated resources to dream up, pilot and drive disruptive change across the organization.
  • Investors in talent and technology — It is recognized and widely accepted by high-performing supply chain functions that technology facilitates execution. What these companies also recognize is that talented individuals create, drive and develop world-class supply chains.
  • Sustainability — Leading European companies are moving beyond token environmental targets to operational changes, because sustainability is highlighted in many corporate 2020 strategies. In 2014, the European Parliament passed a law requiring large publicly traded companies to provide annual reports on "policies, risk, and results" in relation to "social, environmental and human rights impacts, diversity and anti-corruption policies."  While this reporting is now mandatory, these leading companies target improvements beyond the high bar set by European regulators, with significant sustainability targets and projects affecting sourcing materials, supplier management, energy use, water use, waste, greenhouse gas emissions, product design and packaging design.

“Our supply chain teams throughout the world are driven every day to provide the best service possible for our customers and stakeholders,” concluded Annette Clayton. “The teams are very excited to receive this external recognition. It motivates us and helps us recruit critical talent to deliver even better capabilities to our customers.”

More information is available in the research note “2015 Gartner Supply Chain Top 25: Europe Top 15." The European Supply Chain Top 15 results were presented at the Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference 2015, held on September 23-24 in London, U.K. Also, see Gartner’s Press announcement on this latest ranking.

Disclaimer – Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in its research publications, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors with the highest ratings or other designation. Gartner research publications consist of the opinions of Gartner's research organization and should not be construed as statements of fact. Gartner disclaims all warranties, expressed or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose.

About Schneider Electric
Schneider Electric is the global specialist in energy management and automation. With revenues of €25 billion in FY2014, our 170,000 employees serve customers in over 100 countries, helping them to manage their energy and process in ways that are safe, reliable, efficient and sustainable. From the simplest of switches to complex operational systems, our technology, software and services improve the way our customers manage and automate their operations. Our connected technologies will reshape industries, transform cities and enrich lives. At Schneider Electric, we call this Life Is On.

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