The Supply Chain Matters Blog was founded by Bob Ferrari in 2008 to provide insighful commentary on global supply chain business process and information technology trends. Today, this blog has been recognized as one of the top ten Interner blogs in supply chain management, averaging over 30,000 visitors monthly.
The audience consists of global-based, cross-functional supply chain professionals at all levels, spanning business process and information technology related topics involving supply chain planning, supplier sourcing, procurement, manufacturing, online fulfillment, logistics and distribution.
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Linked In website posting by Bronwen Ham, Supply Chain and Procurement Recruting Specialist- Argentus Supply Chain Recruiting, Toronto Canada- July 2014
Supply Chain Power Influencers on Twitter- June 2014
In a ranking of Supply Chain Power Influencers on Twitter conducted by SupplyChainOpz, Supply Chain Matters was ranked #9. This ranking was based on three separate metrics:
Kred Tweet analysis of previous 1000 days
Supply Chain Digital.com Listed Ranking of Top Ten Supply Chain Blogs- November 2011
#5 Supply Chain Matters "Run by Bob Ferrari, the Managing Director of Ferrari Research and Consulting, Supply Chain Matters tackles supply and value chain management. This blog provides expert analysis on supply chain matters, which is an excellent resource for those experienced or new to the supply chain field."
"This is an excellent blog. Bob's post are profound and insighful. Rarely are there just short snippits like many other blogs. Most posts are long, but not overly long, and they contain a wealth of information. It is a blog well worth reading and keeping in your bookmarks."
"As I've said before on Spend matters, I have a tremendous amount of respect for Bob Ferrari, author of the blog Supply Chain Matters. So when he offered up his supply chain predictions for 2009, I made sure to take note. In the sea of yearly prognostications and predictions, it's easy to get lost in all the pontificating that goes on. But if there is someone worth listening too, it's Bob."
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