Last modified: February 25, 2019
In the spring of 2013, Nutanix was in search of a new supply chain partner as demand for their logistics infrastructure solutions increased globally. The company sought a new partner whose core competency was global service supply chain. This company would be tasked with quickly scaling Nutanix’s worldwide logistics offerings, better preparing them for growth in a multitude of countries. Critical to this was enhancing their service level offerings to include both “next business day,” “same day”” and “”2- to 4-hour” deliveries of mission critical parts.
Download this case study to see how a strategy using over 700 forward stocking locations, 17 distribution centers and in-country personnel across six continents helped Nutanix achieve aggressive growth goals.
Get a behind-the-scenes look into how Nutanix enhanced their service level offering by including “Next Business Day,” “Same Day” and “2- to 4-hour” delivery service. The results are in and they are exciting.
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