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Interos Annual Global Supply Chain Survey

The Interos Lab recently launched, "Resilience 2022", the second edition of the company’s Annual Global Supply Chain Report. The survey of more than 1,500 global supply chain leaders quantifies the impact of continued supply chain upheavals across multiple industries — and explores how companies intend to respond.

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Our Research

Our survey indicates that the annual cost to organizations of supply chain disruptions is $182 million, or 1.74% of their annual revenue. This figure varies slightly by geography and by sector. The highest costs were reported in France ($230 million) and in pharmaceuticals and life sciences ($226 million), while the lowest were in UK and Ireland ($142 million) and financial services ($143 million).

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Resilience 2022

Global Supply Chain Findings



Global Supply Chains are Being Reconfigured in Response to Disruptive Events



Supply Chain Disruptions are Frequent, Expensive and Often Hidden From View​



Supply Chain Risk Practices Require Further Improvement​



Technology has a Critical Role to Play in Proactive Supply Chain Risk Management

Disruption is the New Normal

Today’s large enterprises must factor disruptions within their supply chain into their long-term planning. Recent years have seen global shocks such as the U.S.-China trade war, the COVID-19 pandemic and Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Companies and government agencies alike are focused on finding ways to navigate these crises to keep their essential supply chains running as effectively as possible. With the fallout from successive disruptions continuing, and the next significant event likely only around the corner, it is essential that organizations understand where they are on their resilience journey. Key findings from our research include:

Supply Chain Footprints are Being Redesigned

  • 64% of organizations plan to make wholesale, or major changes, to their supply chain footprints.

Supplier Risks are Monitored Too Infrequently

  • Only just over 10% of organizations that evaluate suppliers monitor their supply chains continuously.

Technology Has a Vital Role to Play

  • While less than 20% of organizations currently use automated technology to manage supplier risk, over 75% plan to implement automated and intelligent solutions that provide improved visibility across the supply chain in the next 12 months.
Interos Solutions

The Technology Powering our Research

The Interos Knowledge Graph (IKG) is the world’s largest business relationship graph repository. Leveraging machine learning and natural language processing, the IKG analyses big data to discover suppliers and their supplier networks across the globe, mapping out business relationships across entire ecosystems, and continuously assessing vendors against multiple risk types.

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Use Interos’ industry-first i-Score™ to track multiple supply chain risks in a single platform

  • Uncover Financial Weaknesses and Indicators of Future Shocks
  • Ensure Compliance with Trade Restrictions and Sanctions Lists
  • Stop Disruption from Hurricanes, Floods, Wildfires, Infrastructure Failure, and Other Catastrophes
  • Meet Internal ESG Policies and Expanding Regulatory Requirements
  • Protect Data Integrity, System Availability, and Cyber Regulatory Compliance
  • Assess Over-Reliance on Specific Suppliers or Regional Concentrations
  • Manage Geopolitical Turmoil, Political Shocks, Protests, and Shifting Alliances