Throughout the last few years of economic, business and technological change, supply chains have proven to be resilient and able to meet the challenges posed by rising customer expectations and a less predictable business environment. Supply chain management (SCM) professionals have remained efficient and responsive. Company leaders who are able to communicate their significant and proven achievements can not only positively affect return on investment and performance at their own companies, they can also give back to the industry and to their peers by sharing their stories.
For nearly 20 years, supply chain teams worldwide have been submitting their cases to the Supply Chain Innovation Award™ (SCIA) for the opportunity to receive recognition from their industry peers on a global stage.
This award program receives submissions from creative innovators every year. A panel of reviewers, consisting of members of CSCMP's Research Strategies Committee (RSC) and the editorial board of SupplyChainBrain, review and select submissions of "Innovation in Action" from the top innovative teams who become the finalists that present their cases at CSCMP’s EDGE Conference.
If your supply chain team has developed some SCM collaborative innovation(s) that could help advance the overall supply chain profession, consider sharing your story through the Supply Chain Innovation Award™ competition.
The 2022 Supply Chain Innovation Award submission period is now closed. The 2022 SCIA finalists will be announced in July 2022.
The submission period for the 2023 Supply Chain Innovation Award will kick off in January 2023.
Past Recipients & Finalists
1st Place: Management Sciences for Health (MSH)
2nd Place: River Logic
Finalist: Philip Morris International (PMI)
Finalist: Holman Logistics
Finalist: 6 River Systems
1st Place: Intel Corporation
2nd Place: DLT Labs & Walmart Canada
Finalist: FourKites & Land O’Lakes
Finalist: Intel Corporation
Finalist: Raymond Corporation
Finalist: Cisco Systems
1st Place: Snap-on Tools/FastFetch Corporation
2nd Place: Intel
Finalist: Erie St. Clair Local Health Integration Network/TransForm Shared Service Organization
Finalist: F|Staff/States Logistics
Finalist: Lodge Manufacturing/EVS, LLC/Supply Chain Coach/Rockfarm Supply Chain Solutions
1st Place: Intel
2nd Place: Kansas City Railroad
Finalist: Schneider Electric (R&D)/Vector Consulting
1st Place: TransCelerate (Bristol-Myers Squibb Company, Janssen Pharmaceuticals & GlaxoSmithKline)
2nd Place: Argos (Llamasoft & Argos)
Finalist: Vodafone (Vodafone & Celonis)
Finalist: Kenco (Kenco Logistics Services, Sealed Air Corporation & Gladiator, LLC)
1st Place: Dell
2nd Place: DMLogic and Johnson & Johnson
Finalist: Invata & Destination Maternity
Finalist: OHL/GEODIS & Emerson Healthcare
1st Place: Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO)
2nd Place: Lennox Residential
Finalist: Shared Support Services of Southeastern Ontario (3SO)
Finalist: Hewlett-Packard Co.
Finalist: Concurrent Technologies Corporation
1st Place: Flextronics
2nd Place: Sears Holdings Corporation (SHC)
Finalist: Fast Logistics Group
Finalist: Intel Corporation
Finalist: USAID/John Snow, Inc.
1st Place: Staples, Inc. and Packsize International
2nd Place: PepsiCo
Finalist: Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board and Deloitte LLC
Finalist: LMI and Defense Logistics Agency
Finalist: Motorola Solutions and E2Open
Finalist: IBM Integrated Supply Chain