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The “New Normal” economy of the post-Great Recession era has forced companies to operate leaner and meaner than in the past. The current economic environment is defined by high demand volatility, increased pressure on margins, heightened risks to supply continuity, and resources that are stretched thin. Today, more than perhaps ever before, Supply Chain is on the spot to for just cost reductions to the bottom line but genuine value to the enterprise and its shareholders. A key question facing Supply Chain executives today is: Where are the “weak links” in our supply chains, and how can we address these gaps?

It was with this question in mind that the editors of Supply & Demand Chain Executive undertook this year’s Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 process with the goal of highlighting “100 Great Supply Chain Projects.” Ten years ago, Supply & Demand Chain Executive announced its first “100” list of supply chain solution providers, consultants and other organizations that were helping lead the way in transforming companies’ supply and demand chains. This year the magazine focused the criteria for its “100” feature on supply chain transformation projects that demonstrate the broad spectrum of opportunities for enabling excellence in the supply chain.

The projects cited in this year’s “100” article and online at put the spotlight on successful and innovative transformation projects that are delivering bottom-line value to small, medium and large enterprises across the different functions that comprise the supply chain. The projects featured in the “100” article can serve as a roadmap for supply chain executives looking for new opportunities to drive improvement in their own operations.