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Supply Chain Graphic of the Week: Which Companies Participated in CSCMP 2019 and Past Three Years?

We Chart which Companies Contributed in 2019 and Combined 2017 through 2019


Oct. 1, 2018

SCDigest has published extensive written and video converage of the recent CSCMP Edge 2019 conference in Anaheim. (See Trip Report - CSCMP Edge 2019 in Anaheim, Trip Report - CSCMP Edge 2019 in Anaheim Part 2.)


For a number years now, SCDigest has tallied up what companies have contributed to the conference in terms of giving presentations or participating on panels. We give a bit more credit for presentations versus panel participation because there is generally a lot more prep work for presentations and usually more detailed information sharing as well.


That said, the line between presentation and panel can sometimes be a bit fuzzy. We tally the results by simply going through the conference program and making a call. This also means if there are changes, which is often the case, after the guide was printed we would not pick that up.


So below is the list of companies participating in CSCMP 2019, sorted from most sessions to those that were involved in just one presentation or panel.


We will also note the list below does not include vendors such as 3PLs or technology companies, nor academics or consultants, as these types of speakers receive a benefit from participation and are generally happy to be asked to participate.



Source: SCDigest Analysis


As can be seen, carpet and flooring maker Shaw Industries led the way with one presentationi (in the supply chain innovation track), plus two panel participations for a total of three. Another nine companies had two total contributions.


But there was a lot of depth. All told by our count, 76 companies contributed something, up quite a bit from last year, even as usually participating companies such as Procter & Gamble and Mondelez were not contributors in 2019.


But there's more – we track company participation over time too. As shown in the graphic below, over the last three conferences, Johnson & Johnson and Cocal-Cola lead the way, with seven participations each. Intel was next with six, followed by Nike with five.


As a note, we only show those companies with at least two participations, of which there were 28 by our count.



CSCMP conference attendees owe these companies a debt of thanks for making the conference possible.


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