Strategic Supply Chain Management: The Infographic

The following is a guest post by Terrence Curley, IBM Director, Products – B2B & Commerce.

Do you know what the future holds for strategic supply chain management? At IBM’s Smarter Commerce Global Summit 2012 Orlando, we created the infographic below to capture, visually, the latest trends we’ve spotted in this space.

Take a look and tell us what you think.

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What is the name of the illustrator of the info graphic? What an excellent way to present something !


Tracy Bertin

We worked with for the infographics.



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Great post with lots of imaoptrnt stuff.

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