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BIC:SUPPLY CHAIN RESILIENCE REPORT 2019

2020-02-18 17:07:06

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BIC:SUPPLY CHAIN RESILIENCE REPORT 2019

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

 

NON-REPORTING OF SUPPLY CHAIN DISRUPTIONS IS AT AN ALL-TIME LOW, BUT CO-ORDINATED REPORTING HAS FALLEN: 

 
Less than a quarter (23.3%) of organizations now report that their organization does not record, measure and report on supply chain disruptions – the lowest figure in the 10 years this report has been published. However, co-ordinated reporting has dropped from 30.0% to 25.0% - a disappointing figure given BCI research has shown an increased focus on holistic organizational resilience over the past year.
 
 
 
THE TOP FIVE DISRUPTIONS OVER THE PAST YEAR REMAIN UNCHANGED, WITH IT AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS OUTAGES REMAINING THE PRIMARY CAUSE FOR DISRUPTION:
 
 
Unplanned IT and telecommunications outages accounted for 44.1% of disruptions in 2019. Interestingly, despite cyber-attack and data breach only causing 26.1% of disruptions in the past year, it is the most top-of-mind disruption for professionals over the next year with 61.7% of it rating it as their primary concern.
 
 
 
OVERALL, ORGANIZATIONS EXPERIENCED FEWER DISRUPTIONS IN 2019, AND THE NUMBER EXPERIENCING MULTIPLE DISRUPTIONS HAS ALSO FALLEN:
 
 
51.9% of organizations experienced supply chain disruption in 2019 compared to 56.5% in 2018. Furthermore, the number of organizations experiencing five or more disruptions fell to 10.0% from 15.0% in 2018. The trend is encouraging, particularly given the political and geopolitical issues weighing heavily on supply chains in 2019.
 
 
 
ORGANIZATIONS ARE BECOMING BETTER AT MANAGING THEIR IMMEDIATE SUPPLIERS, BUT MORE WORK IS NEEDED DEEPER INTO THE SUPPLY CHAIN:
 
 
Incidents involving tier 1 suppliers fell below 50% for the first time since 2016 (48.9%) although incidents in tiers 2, 3 and beyond saw a small percentage increase. Part of this could be down to decreased due diligence deep into the supply chain: 12.2% of disruptions occur in tier 3and beyond, yet over two-thirds  67.7%) do not seek to understand the business continuity arrangements of suppliers within those tiers.
 
 
 
ORGANIZATIONS ARE GETTING BETTER AT INSURING THEIR LOSSES, BUT NEARLY HALF ARE UNABLE TO FULLY QUANTIFY HOW MUCH OF THOSE LOSSES WERE INSURED:
 
 
45.2% of organizations that experienced supply chain disruptions were unable to quantify how much of those losses were insured. 29.1% of organizations said losses were not covered because a risk-based decision was made on insurance coverage requirements indicating more work needs to be done to bridge the assessment gap.
 
 
 
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