COMPANY OVERVIEW

Our company, our business, our constituencies

We provide our constituencies with insights on how to better manage supply chains using software.

 
Worldlocity mission, supply chain software improvement

MISSION

Why we exist

To improve the fortunes of companies, economies, and societies by accelerating the creation and adoption of next generation supply chain management software

What we stand for

VALUES

Worldlocity values, supply chain management software improvement

Openness, honesty, integrity, humility, passion

Worldlocity vision, supply chain management software improvement

VISION

What we want to be

An agent that accelerates new thinking in supply chain management software, thereby accelerating improvement in business and society. It is our hope that software companies and practitioners will leverage our research, analysis, and services to move faster to new technologies and approaches.

STRATEGY

How we intend to get there

Worldlocity strategy, supply chain management software improvement

Objective – acceleration of the pace of improvement in supply chains

Scope – software, supply chain management, and retail operations

Advantage – accessible, focused, quality-over-quantity, value-based, 30-year focus. An open, sharing philosophy that benefits all industry constituents.

 

Beyond the current quarter.

Beyond our department.

Beyond our silo.

Beyond our enterprise.

Beyond our borders.

Beyond our world.

Worldlocity vision, think beyond, supply chain management software improvement

THINK BEYOND.

Worldlocity vison, execution smarter, supply chain management software improvement

EXECUTE SMARTER.

Smarter customers.

Smarter assets.

Smarter connections.

Smarter software.

Smarter associates.

Smarter alignment.

Smarter investment.

Smarter future.

OUR CONSTITUENCIES

 

SOFTWARE COMPANIES

INVESTORS

PRACTITIONERS 

(manufacturers, distributors, retailers)

ANALYSTS

INDUSTRY ASSOCIATIONS, UNIVERSITIES

Worldlocity constituencies, supply chain software companies
Worldlocity constituencies, investors, venture capitalists, procurement
Worldlocity constituencies, supply chain practitioners
Worldlocity constituencies, supply chain indutry associations, universities
Worldlocity constituencies, supply chain analysts

What are my market opportunities? What should be my product strategy? Where should I invest? How do I get from here to there?

What is the market potential? What software companies represent the best investments? What is the quality of the technology direction?

What should be my SCM software strategy for the future? How and where do I invest? How much value will I get?

What strategies should software companies pursue, based on their lifecycle and competitive position? How do we move the industry forward faster?

How do I create excitement about SCM as a career? How should I prepare for software in the future? How should I engage with software companies?