2023 Annual Global Supply Chain Survey

August 9, 2023
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Welcome to ”Invisible Threats – Resilience 2023” – Interos’ third annual supply chain survey. This closely-watched report is the only industry benchmark to dimension the magnitude and impact of multi-factor risk events on global supply chains. It taps the attitudes and beliefs of 750 senior procurement and supply chain leaders in financial services, aerospace & defense, energy, healthcare, and other global sectors, and was conducted by independent researchers with no mention of Interos.

We hope these insights sparks new ideas for how your enterprise can achieve resilience!

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Key Highlights

  • $37M Annual Savings: Our research reveals that better prevention and swift response to supply chain disruptions can save organizations an average of $37M annually.
  • Sub-Tier Supplier Disruptions: An alarming 90% of organizations lack awareness of sub-tier supplier disruptions for up to 48 hours, exposing them to significant brand and financial risks.
  • Multi-factor Risk Awareness: The average annual costs of different supply chain disruptions range from $43M to $47M, emphasizing the need for a multifaceted approach to risk awareness.
  • Supply Chain Risk Management Maturity: A mere 5% of procurement leaders have reached a stage of continuous risk preemption and resilience building.

Benefits from Reading Interos’ Annual Supply Chain Report

  • Understand New and Emerging Challenges: Our report highlights the contemporary and evolving challenges in the supply chain, from climate change and geopolitical turmoil to financial instability.
  • Uncover Blind Spots: Most organizations assess only 56% of critical suppliers for vulnerabilities, leaving acute weaknesses in the supply base. Learn how you can identify and address these blind spots.
  • Compliance and Regulation Insight: 74% of procurement and third-party risk leaders are struggling to comply with emerging supply chain regulations. Learn which laws are sparking the most concern.
  • Know Where Your SCRM/TPRM Maturity Ranks: A majority of procurement and third-party risk leaders still feel they have significant room to improve. Find out where you rank relative to the pack.

The lessons from our survey participant resonate with us all: “We assumed everything would work flawlessly, and now we know it doesn’t.” The era of assuming is over; seize the opportunity to redefine resilience and drive growth.

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