The many small business owners throughout Canada and the Greater Toronto Area need to consider supply chain as their business grows, taking up their time from considering other business practices.
“Entrepreneurs are usually driven by a passion for their product or service rather than worrying about how well their supply chain is delivering,” Tim McLaren, a supply chain expert and associate professor at Ryerson University, told the Toronto Star. “But small businesses face huge risks if they are not continuously monitoring and managing the relationships with their supply chain providers.”
Whether a small business owner needs to hire someone to do it for them, McLaren says they need to know a perfect order rate, track cash-to-cash cycle time and track supply chain cost versus revenue.
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