The five companies featured in Gartner’s %22Best in the Supply Chain%22 survey, which has been regularly conducted for 10 years, remain at the top of the list. These companies:
In all 11 years of research, it has managed to maintain its place in the top 5 of the list. The company has managed to reduce carbon footprint emissions by 35% since 2015, making all of its new Mac computers from recycled aluminum.
Amazon, which managed to maintain its place in the top 5 of the list in 10 of the 11 years of research, was the company that benefited the most from the Covid-19 crisis.
P&G managed to maintain its place in the top 5 of the list in 10 of the 11 years of research, and managed to accelerate the analysis processes by 90% with its algorithm-based changes and keep this analysis process under just 5 minutes per week.
Unilever, which has managed to maintain its place in the top 5 of the list in 10 of the 11 years of research, uses AI-based risk measurement systems to identify risks from Covid-19.
In 9 of the 11 years of research, he managed to maintain his place in the top 5 of the list.
In addition to these 5 companies, the top 5 companies on the 2020 list are:
1) Cisco Systems
2) Colgate Palmolive
4) Shneider Electric
When compared with the 2019 data of the same report, the companies that increased their ranking the most in 2020:
1) Coca-Cola up 7 places
2) Shneider Electric up 7 places
3) Alibaba up 6 places
4) Johnson&Johnson up 5 places
5) Cisco Systems up 4 places
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