Supply Chain Council's Benchmarking Portal: An exclusive value-added service for SCC members.
Ready to get started? A complete description of the process including contact information and links to the benchmarking web portal can be found on our steps of benchmarking page. Returning? Resume a benchmark in progress (links to PMG website).
Simple. Confidential. Fast. Secure.
Through an alliance with Performance Measurement Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of PwC, SCC members have access to confidential benchmarking based on the Supply Chain Operations Reference® model metrics. Companies generally use SCOR-based benchmarking to:
Benchmark your supply chains using the trusted SCOR metrics. This is a member benefit, members may submit data for each supply chain. Data submitted to SCORmark must be from supply chains of SCC member companies. SCORmark is not available to academic organizations and consultancies.
SCORmark benchmarking was developed to provide greater value for Supply Chain Council members. It supports and integrates seamlessly into the analyze phase of the SCOR model resulting in a benchmark report that highlights where an organization stands against selected peer groups. The steps to complete a full SCORmark benchmark are described on our Steps of benchmarking page. For members we also have a great Tutorial to help you get started.
As part of the development of the SCORmark benchmarking service, Supply Chain Council worked with numerous members in industry, academia and consulting to aid in development and testing of the portal. Selected feedback includes:
"The SCORmark benchmarking pilot questionnaire met many of the criteria that we had independently established for our next supply chain benchmarking effort. It is well aligned with the SCOR metrics and uses the SCORcard concept linking the metrics to desired supply chain capability and business strategy. Furthermore, it is highly quantitative in nature and did not waste our time with subjective questions concerning best practices that can be easily obtained from the SCOR reference material. We are anxiously awaiting our results report from the pilot, but just by completing the survey we have already gained valuable new insights into our metrics and processes."David Rittenhouse, Head of Regional Service Center Planning and Administration,