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“Things change quickly. You have to adapt,” says Toby Brzoznowski, co-founder and chief strategy officer of the supply chain management software company LLamasoft. “The companies that aren’t doing this well are being left behind.”
LLamasoft concentrates on the data analytics and design aspect of supply chain management, helping clients use data to become more agile in a shifting landscape.
Founded a little over 15 years ago, the Ann Arbor, Michigan-based company currently has around 700 customers globally. Many are Fortune 500 companies with a billion dollars or more in revenue, Brzoznowski says. They represent a wide range of industries that include pharmaceuticals, oil and gas, electronics, automotive, and consumer goods.
Recently we caught up with Brzoznowski to find out how supply chain management is transforming in the digital age, the difference analytics can make for global companies, and his advice for how to avoid getting left behind.