As October draws to a close, I am again pleased to report that Supply Chain Matters has surpassed new milestones in recognition and loyal readership among supply chain management and other professionals.

Blogs have become a new alternative for knowledge and insight, where readers return for timely and insightful analysis and opinion above the drone of daily news. In the area of supply chain management, there are but a select handful of quality sites where practioners can turn to for a balanced viewpoint, and that was the primary reason that I launched this site. This has all been borne out from this blog’s continued attraction.  Thus far, this site has experienced:

  • Over 4300 visits in October, over1900 of which are from new visitors
  • Over 54,000 monthly hits
  • An October average of over 150 visits per day and 1900 hits from other sites
  • Close to 12,000 bookmarks established

I again extend my personal thanks to all my loyal readers for your continued support.

We have incorporated a select number of site sponsorship opportunities that affords innovative supply chain technology, services, and other providers the ability to acknowledge their sponsorship of leading-edge thought leadership. Sponsorship of Supply Chain Matters can serve as an effective means to identify your company or organization as a sponsor of leading-edge thought leadership, as well as leverage brand awareness, lead generation and viral marketing strategies. This is especially important in prioritizing limited marketing budgets for 2009. There are several flexible plans of gold, silver, bronze, or interim sponsorship, and the most premium gold sponsor slot is also currently still available.

To initiate an inquiry process you will note that on the top right hand side of this site, under the Pages column, there is a Sponsorship Request link.  Simply fill out the interest form with a bit of important contact information indicating your interest in potential sponsorship, and I will personally follow-up with you. You can also email your interest to

Bob Ferrari