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Tompkins Supply Chain Consortium

Introducing Reports 2.0

We have completely redesigned our reporting tools to include new features such as:
• 3D Graphs
• Sample Size
• Year-Over-Year-Trending
• Redesigned Filters


Announces New Consortium for

Third Party Logistics

Service Providers

Benchmarking and Best Practices help you put the pieces together.

See the benefits of free and paid membership in the
Tompkins Supply Chain Consortium and start creating
breakthrough opportunities in your supply chain's performance.


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Tompkins Supply Chain Consortium is a leader in benchmarking and best practices for all your supply chain management needs.  Measure your performance against peers and best-in-class companies, from material handling to product support and everything in between.

We believe smart supply chain leadership begins with benchmarking.  Incorporating benchmarking into your corporate strategy creates an awareness of what others are doing, broadens thinking beyond day-to-day responsibilities, and offers successful processes created for real world implementations.

Tompkins Supply Chain Consortium offers a variety of exclusive tools and data to surge to the next level.  From ranking your business and identifying improvement areas through our scorecards, our customizable tools will give you the competitive advantage you need in today's dynamic environment.

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Stay connected to the Tompkins Supply Chain Consortium by joining our LinkedIn group.  You will get the latest news, report updates, articles, research, event announcements and more benchmarking and best practices resources.  Members can network with peers through discussion and comments.

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Latest Supply Chain Consortium Updates
  • White Paper Creating a Successful Network Design: Starts with Operations Strategy
    Wednesday, April 22, 2015
    There needs to be an operations strategy when designing a supply chain network.  There are many things involved in designing a well oiled, effective, and profitable supply chain.  A business must understand what functionalities and performance is expected from the network design.  Read more.
  • Tompkins International Blog The Importance of a Customer Driven Supply Chain Strategy
    Wednesday, April 22, 2015
    Customer expectations are not consistent with what companies offer.  Therefore, the companies supply chains are not allowing the fulfillment of the customers' expectations.  Read more.
  • Tompkins International Blog Are You Certain Your Supply Chains Are Demand-Driven?
    Thursday, April 16, 2015
    It is difficult to come across many supply chain leaders today who do not subscribe to the principle of Demand-Driven Supply Chains.  Read more.
  • Tompkins International Blog The Importance of Optimal Column Spacing
    Thursday, April 09, 2015
    Here at Tompkins, we often work in warehouse design.  One of the most common errors in the design of warehousing facilities is to use the building cost criteria to define column spacings.  With all of the considerations that go into designing a warehouse, column spacing may seem to be of little importance beyond ensuring the structural integrity of the building, but this is simply not the case.  Read more.
  • Newsletters March Supply Chain Edge Newsletter
    Thursday, April 09, 2015
    The Phygital Shopper; The Fidgety Supply Chain Professional. Alibaba and Amazon - The Future of Borderless E-commerce  Read the newsletter.
  • Article The Future of Retail in a Globalization 2.0 World The Four New Roads to Growth and Profit
    Wednesday, April 08, 2015
    Globalization 1.0 was born in the 80's, matured in the 90's and peaked in the early 2000's.  The era was marked by "made in Asia," the growth of the BRIC economies, wealth residing in the West, the birth of the Internet and the maturation of local, regional and global supply chains.  Read more.
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