The best supply chains of 2015

The best supply chains of 2015
The best supply chains of 2015
The best supply chains of 2015

The best supply chains of 2015

Each year, Gartner releases the top 25 companies that best exemplify the demand-driven ideal for today's supply chain. Below are the companies that made the list in 2015.

  1. Apple
  2. Procter & Gamble
  3. Amazon.com
  4. McDonald's
  5. Unilever
  6. Intel
  7. Inditex
  8. Cisco Systems
  9. H&M
  10. Samsung Electronics
  11. Colgate-Palmolive
  12. Nike
  13. The Coca-Cola Company
  14. Starbucks
  15. Wal-Mart Stores
  16. 3M
  17. PepsiCo
  18. Seagate Technology
  19. Nestlé
  20. Lenovo
  21. Qualcomm
  22. Kimberly-Clark
  23. Johnson & Johnson
  24. L'Oréal
  25. Cummins
  26. Toyota Motor
  27. Home Depot

Gartner methodology

Gartner derives a composite score for each company on a master list, which is compiled using Fortune Global 500 and Forbes Global 2000 rankings, with a revenue cutoff of $12 billion. From here, Gartner ranks by available financial data, analyst opinion, and peer opinion from supply chain professionals across manufacturing and retail businesses. More information on Gartner’s methodology can be found here.

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