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Supply Chain Thought Leadership Video Series:
Understanding Supply Chain Centers of Excellence Part 2 - Seagate Case Study

 

 

Nov. 4, 2014

The development of Centers of Excellence is an important trend in the supply chain.

In fact, Gartner says that 71% of its list of the top 25 supply chain for 2014 are users of the COE concept.

 

What is a Supply Chain Center of Excellence? How are they structured? What are the benefits and keys to success?

 

In part 1 of this Supply Chain Thought Leaders series, we covered the basics of Centers of Excellence with Rich Becks, an executive at supply chain technology provider E2open. (See Understanding Supply Chain Centers of Excellence Part 1.)

 

Here in part 2, Joe DiIorio from Seagate Technology provides a case study on the tech giant's hugely successful effort to build a COE to drive its supply chain transformation.

Not to be missed for anyone interested in the Centers of Excellence concept.

View the part 2 video now below. Take advantage of a related research report to the right on Centers of Excellence.

 

  Have a question for Joe DiIorio? Send it Here and we will forward on for a personal response.  
       
  Want to learn more about E2open's innovative supply chain solutions? Visit the web site, or download the Supply Chain Centers of Excellence White Paper  


 

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This white paper looks at common challenges that E2open customers and other global brands have faced in launching and sustaining COE initiatives, the foundational role of technology in enabling collaboration and cross-functional alignment, and the best practices that E2open has developed with its customers to drive supply chain COE success.

 


   
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