Supply Chain Council was organized in 1996 by Pittiglio Rabin Todd & McGrath (PRTM) and AMR Research, and initially included 69 voluntary member companies. The Supply Chain Council now has closer to 1,000 corporate members worldwide and has established international chapters in North America, Europe, Greater China, Japan, Australia/New Zealand, South East Asia, Brazil and Southern Africa. Development of additional chapters in India and South America are underway. Supply Chain Council's membership consists primarily of practitioners representing a broad cross section of industries, including manufacturers, services, distributors, and retailers.
- 2009/05 : SCOR User Seminar Defense and IT: Atlanta, GA.
Topics include the public preview of DCOR 2.0 and the convergence of SCOR with Lean, Six Sigma, Risk, DCOR, and more.
- 2009/03 : Supply Chain World North America canceled for first time in SCC history due to economic downturn.
- 2008/04 : SCOR 9.0 released.
The 9.0 release includes new metrics, processes and best practices and a completely redesigned reference model.
- 2007/07 : SCOR 8.0 released.
Changes in release 8.0 include the introduction of a new level 1 metric; Return on Working Capital, redesign of the best practices and a glossary for inputs and outputs.
- 2007/03 : Supply Chain World 2007 North America: Philadelphia, PA. "Make your Supply Chain Ready for the Future".
- 2007/03 : Supply Chain Council Launches SCORmark?.
"The SCORmark product was built to improve the business value of the Supply Chain Council membership. It supports and integrates seamlessly into the analyze phase of the SCOR model resulting in a benchmark report highlighting where an organization stands against selected peer groups." - SCC Board Chair Thomas Phelps. Through the use of the SCORmark product, our members are now able to use the defined metrics in the SCOR model to set corporate strategy and accurately analyze performance gaps.
- 2007/01 : Supply Chain Council 2007 Executive Retreat: Boca Raton, FL. "Globalisation: Getting It Right".
- 2006/10 : SCOR/Six Sigma/Lean Convergence Forum: Orlando, FL.
- 2006/04 : Supply Chain World North America: Dallas, TX.
- 2006/01 : Supply Chain Executive Retreat, Miami Beach, FL. "Supply Chain Transformation: Achieving Meaningful Change".
- 2005/05 : Supply Chain World Europe 2005, Copenhagen, Denmark
- 2005/05 : Supply Chain World South East Asia 2005, Singapore
- 2005/04 : Supply Chain World North America: Anaheim, CA.
- 2005/02 : Supply Chain Executive Retreat, Phoenix, AZ. "Supply Chain of the Future: Learn Now - Act Now!"
- 2004/11 : Supply Chain Council Japan/Nikkei Supply Chain Management Forum.
- 2004/11 : Greater China Chapter established.
The chapter includes the regions of mainland China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. A leadership team, chaired by Michael P.S. Tung, Regional Commercial Manager – Greater China, BAX Global, has been elected from SCC member companies to promote chapter goals and to improve supply chain efficiency within their region's business community.
- 2004/10 : SCOR Users Seminar: St. Louis, MI
- 2004/08 : Supply Chain World Southern Africa: Johannesburg, South Africa. "Winning Markets Through Supply Chain Excellence".
- 2004/07 : Annual Member Meeting: San Jose, CA
- 2004/06 : SCOR 6.1 released.
Return processes have been restructured to more exhaustively and accurately depict the sequence of activities and best practices have been reviewed and documentation has been expanded.
- 2004/05 : Supply Chain World South East Asia: Singapore. "Boosting Time to Market with Supply Chain".
- 2004/05 : Small/Medium Enterprise membership launched.
"As SCOR use expands globally, the SCC is responding to make SCOR more accessible to the small and medium sized companies. This new membership rate allows SME’s to receive the benefits of SCC membership at a price that they can afford" - Bill Hakanson, Executive Director, SCC.
- 2004/03 : Supply Chain World North America: Chicago, IL. "Brave New World: 21st Century Supply Chain Realities…Connecting the Dots".
- 2004/02 : Senior Supply Chain Executive Retreat: Phoenix, AZ.
- 2004/02 : Supply Chain Council Announces 2004-2005 SCORboard.
Chair, Steve Miller, Vice President, Strategic Sourcing and Procurement, Parks & Resorts, The Walt Disney Company; Vice Chair, Richard Holder, Vice President Supply Chain & Operational Excellence; Eaton Corporation; Treasurer, Dennis Zagrodnik, Material & Order Flow Manager, DaimlerChrysler/MOPAR; and Vice Treasurer, John Vande Vate, Professor and EMIL Executive Director, School of Industrial & Systems Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology. Directors: Denise Layfield, Director, Supply Chain Planning & Strategy, McCormick & Company, Inc.; Jac Braat, Senior Vice President, Logistics/IT/e-Business, Philips Lighting B.V.; Karl Kirschenhofer, Vice President, Manufacturing & Logistics, Siemens AG, and Richard Holder; Peter Bolstorff, CEO & President, SCE Limited; Herbert Heinzel, Director, Model Development & Education, Business Process Training Center Europe; Brian Thomas Eck, Program Director, SC Business Design, IBM; Larry Lapide, Research Director, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Bob Reary, Director, Supply Chain Management Strategy, PeopleSoft; Rick Hoole, Director, PRTM; Kelly Thomas, Senior Vice President, i2 Technologies, and Past Chair, Joseph Francis, Senior Director, IT Business Process Management, Hewlett-Packard Company.
- 2003/11 : Supply Chain World Japan (by Sankei): Chiba, Japan.
- 2003/11 : Supply Chain World Europe: Dusseldorf, Germany.
- 2003/10 : Supply Chain World Australia/New Zealand: Sydney, Australia.
- 2003/09 : Supply Chain World South East Asia: Singapore.
- 2003/08 : Supply Chain World Southern Africa: Magaliesburg, South Africa.
- 2003/06 : SCOR 6.0 released.
The 6.0 release introduces D4, Deliver Retail Products, a new definition for Return of MRO Products and best practices for e-businesses. The Metrics Committee added clarification indicating that Level 1 Metrics do not necessarily relate to Level 1 Processes.
- 2003/04 : Supply Chain World-North America 2003: Atlanta, GA
- 2003/02 : Senior Supply Chain Executive Retreat 2003: Phoenix, AZ.
- 2003/01 : SCC Winter Meeting: Dallas, TX
- 2002/11 : SCOR Users Seminar: San Jose, CA
- 2002/10 : Supply Chain World Europe: Amsterdam, Netherlands
- 2001/10 : Supply Chain World Europe: Berlin, Germany.
- 2002/09 : Supply Chain World Latin America: Camino Real, Mexico
- 2001/08 : SCOR 5.0 released. Metrics revised and Return process detailed.
- 2001/04 : Supply Chain World North America: New Orleans, LA.
- 2000/10 : SCOR 4.0 released.
The 4.0 release introduces the new level 1 process Return. It includes refinements of definitions to support tangible goods as well as software and services and definitions for performance attributes. Cost of Goods Sold is now a level 1 metric.
- 2000/04 : Supply Chain World North America: Chicago, IL. Theme: "E-nabling Dynamic Supply Chains"
- 2000/02 : Singapore Chapter established
- 1999/09 : Supply Chain World Europe: Amsterdam, Netherlands
- 1999/04 : First Supply Chain World North America: Chicago, IL
- 1998/10 : First Supply Chain Conference Europe: Brussels, Belgium
- 1998/10 : Supply Chain Council signs up 400th member
- 1998/07 : Japan chapter established
- 1998/02 : European chapter established
- 1997/06 : Supply Chain Council incorporates as a not-for-profit trade association.
- 1996/11 : Supply Chain Council releases SCOR (1.0) framework: Plan, Source, Make, Deliver.
- 1996/04 : AMR, PRTM and 54 manufacturers found the Supply Chain Council