Supply Chain Disruptions and the High Cost of the Status Quo

August 3, 2021
White Papers

What is the cost of supply chain disruption to your organization?

Based on survey data from 900 senior decision-makers at large U.S. and EU enterprises, a new Interos whitepaper explains why disruptions cost organizations, on average, $184M in lost revenue every year. That’s not counting the price of damage to brand reputations.

As new cyber and geopolitical risks emerge, organizations are seeing the gaps and inefficiencies in their risk management efforts. In fact, 66% are not assessing their supply chains on a continuous basis.

Read our latest paper, ‘Supply Chain Disruptions and the High Cost of the Status Quo’ to learn more about why the time for change is now.


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