Information

“There is a relationship and dependency between information and speed. If you want to go faster, you need more information. If you want more information, you need to go faster.”
– Kevin Glynn, Chief Information Officer
Kevin Glynn

CHIEF INFORMATION OFFICER

At DSC, we have a passion around information; we are intrinsically data-driven. We take a fact-based approach to problem solving, and we are committed to providing predictive, actionable, timely and accurate information.

With the availability of more data than ever before, many companies are in a state of information overload. At DSC, we extract the critical details and transform them into tangible, guiding insights to create sophisticated, straightforward solutions. We think holistically; every solution has our customers’ broader goals and the end customer in mind.

Fast-paced advancements in technology, trends in consumer demand and regulatory requirements make it imperative that we anticipate change proactively. Leaders are in a constant state of evaluating options and making decisions as strategically and swiftly as possible. We leverage supply chain information to provide insights that enable prudent decision-making.

There is a relationship and dependency between information and speed. If you want to go faster, you need more information. If you want more information, you need to go faster. We translate the patterns and possibilities, helping our customers proactively assess, predict and preempt change.

Information is vital to delivering and improving results. With visibility to what is, together we can continuously improve our processes, methods, networks and tactics. We can identify outliers and exceptions that are impacting cost and service. Visibility has the power to create value.

We also know that information is about more than data; there is a connection between trust and information. By communicating and sharing with transparency, we can empower people and teams with the information they need to take appropriate action. DSC’s dynamic supply chain leadership serves as a conduit, sharing knowledge and information to improve business and relationships. Information exchanges that are timely and transparent keep partners out in front, ahead of the competition.