As I pen this posting it is incredible to believe that November is already upon us.  Where did the year go?  It seems like such a blur.

The month of November is the kick-off of our sales cycle for 2013 named sponsors for this blog. Loyal readers please bear with us as we take care of business.

Supply Chain Matters is able to share and publish the quality content that we provide through the support of our sponsors. For our sponsors we provide highly experienced product strategy, social media centered marketing and market research services that are individually tailored for sponsors and their brands.

We therefore remind providers of supply chain related technology and services that limited opportunities for being a named sponsor of the Supply Chain Matters blog in 2013 are now open for both the Lead and Sustaining Sponsorship levels.  Blogs have come to be very influential sources of opinion, market knowledge and thought leadership, with this site being cited as among the top ten blogs commenting on global supply chain business process and information technology developments.

We again thank our existing Lead Sponsors, Kinaxis and Infosys Limited, and our Sustaining Sponsors, E2open and Progress Software for their recognition and continued support throughout 2012.

As a sponsor of Supply Chain Matters, your company will be recognized for its products and services and as a supporter of quality thought leadership. Our sponsorships include services in spring boarding your brand recognition, enlisting social media and search engine optimized product marketing strategies, and raising educational awareness to innovative technologies and services. An investment as a Supply Chain Matters sponsor extends way beyond a single event or campaign, offering a continuous daily impression across a global, highly targeted supply chain audience. Existing sponsors have incurred web based impressions exceeding one million views annually. The web domain of Supply Chain Matters itself averages over 30,000 reader visits per month.

What sets our sponsorship opportunities apart from other web properties is the unique personal and tailored services we can provide for your brand, with a highly affordable and competitive investment. Supply Chain Matters has supplanted high profile industry analyst firms in providing independent, insightful and straightforward commentary on important global supply chain business process and information technology developments and needs.

In 2012, we simplified our blog sponsorship opportunities into two levels of sponsorships, a Lead level and a Sustaining level, each with different levels of benefits, competitively priced. Picture your brand logo and recognition of capabilities appearing on every Supply Chain Matters content page in the designated sponsorship panel.

Further detailed information can be obtained by utilizing our Sponsorship Information Request  drop-down menu located on the top menu bar, or by sending an inquiry email to info <at> supply-chain-matters <dot> com.

Bob Ferrari, Founder and Executive Editor