Have questions on supply chain? Are you formulating a new supply chain strategy? Buying new technologies? We can help. Advisory services are a flexible way to meet your needs. Through Advisory, we work with clients in three ways: strategy sessions, advisory engagements, and tailored client programs.

Strategy Sessions

Strategy Sessions

Are you struggling in deciding the next steps of a supply chain strategy? Looking to build a guiding coalition on the future state of supply chain? Make it actionable. Invite the Supply Chain Insights team to work with your group in a customized facilitated workshop. Each agenda is tailored to your goal and the group activities are designed for each engagement. Though these interactions, we help clients drive business results faster.

Advisory Engagements

Advisory Engagement

Advisory Engagement sessions allow clients to work directly with us on specific supply chain issues. Whether it is a review of a big presentation, a discussion on a specific technology, or a structured interaction of supply chain strategy, an advisory package enables a flexible ongoing engagement. In this relationship, clients buy a block of time, termed units, that are scheduled throughout the year. The engagements take different forms—phone calls, webinars, document review, ad hoc questions—whatever your need, we are here to help!

Tailored Client Programs

Tailored Client Programs

Through our tailored programs, organizations engage Supply Chain Insights analysts to provide thought leadership on supply chain trends for in-person speeches, custom research projects, training and webinars. Audiences and purposes range from internal teams and departments to customer and user conferences. These programs are tailored to your needs.

To schedule a briefing to understand more about our Advisory Services, please email Regina Denman or call her at 207-521-9176.


For a number of years now, the material produced by Lora and Supply Chain Insights has provided me with direction along our journey towards S&OP excellence. This is the work of a true strategist but more importantly an enthusiast for everything supply chain. Keep up the great work.

D. HuntDirector of Production Planning at ADHB