Resilinc is a MUST HAVE solution
Resilinc enables response to events they otherwise would have missed
Resilinc is useful to my company in planning for and responding to a crisis
Helps me identify key supply chain risks in my company
After using Resilinc for nearly three years, we feel that we are pretty mature in that process now... but I can’t imagine living without having these tools.
“We see Resilinc as a way to move the entire industry’s collective supply chain forward. With Resilinc, Amgen is able to gain new insights into our sub-tier supply chain that we were unable to see before. And if we do see a potential issue, we have the enhanced intelligence needed to take action before it can impact the company.”
“Managing supply chain risk starts with a great partner like Resilinc, whether it be at the supplier level or at the product part number level, the mapping is extremely important to develop that trust through the supply network. Resilinc helps us understand the sub-tiers to understand the underlying risk. We do a lot of what-if scenarios and mock drills, events happen when they happen - it is important to be prepared at all times.”
“Resilinc enables us to adopt proven industry best practices in supply chain resiliency to strategically protect our products and interests, both now and in the future. By identifying and quantifying single points of failure, we can proactively plan for and mitigate potential disruptions.”
“So why did we pick Resilinc? Resilinc had pioneered a methodology and an integrated approach, considering lots of different factors pertaining to supply chain risk.”
“Resilinc has helped us avoid revenue and customer satisfaction impact. For example, Resilinc helped us identify a tier 1 supply disruption originating at a tier 2 source. As a result of this visibility, we avoided 4 weeks of production stop because we received early notification and were able to secure available supply from the tier 1 before anyone else could.”
“What Resilinc provides is really what we need to facilitate this bottoms up approach. Their business motto is they can do it more efficiently across a number of supply chains. Being able to leverage that back and forth is of huge value to somebody like EMC.”
“We were able to log into the tool and put a map around the area and see exactly what was going on...With something like this, you learn almost in real time if your suppliers have been affected and what segments of your chain have been impacted.”.
“Any data collection system that minimizes the amount of effort required to maintain and manage data - and in real time - just makes things more successful for us.”
“If I were to give other executives advice on [building a supply chain resilience program], I would say go and get started. This is something your customers expect. This wasn’t a requirement a decade ago, but now it’s table stakes. And, quite frankly, if you’re not doing it now, I’m going to get the parts before you will.”
“Any disruption to our production schedule caused by an unexpected shortage of systems, components or parts even for a relatively short period of time could cause us to alter production schedules or suspend production entirely – and adversely affect our financial results. The multi-tier supply chain mapping and visibility provided by Resilinc gives us valuable insights into potential vulnerabilities deep in our supply chain and work with our suppliers proactively to mitigate issues before they may occur.”
William Hurles, Executive Director of Global Purchasing & Supply Chain
“One way that helps EMC fulfill its mission is by using Resilinc EventWatch. After the 2011 Thailand floods and the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, EMC discovered it had blind spots in its own supply chain and we had difficulty determining where our parts were being manufactured in a timely manner and it could take several weeks to truly understand the impact. Now we can know in minutes what our supply chain looks like and we have a sense of its recovery capabilities.”
"In 2013, Juniper Networks got an urgent notification from Resilinc's monitoring service. A key supplier of memory chips had had a fire that would affect 21 parts. Within a couple hours, Juniper had analyzed the issue and, according to Juniper's Joe Carson and Dmitri Kamensky, secured alternative supplies at prices that were substantially less than what slower-acting companies paid."