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We Were Our First Customer.
Back in 2000, our founder and CEO, Peter Provenzano, knew there had to be a better way to manage strategy execution. SupplyCore Inc., his family’s defense contracting small business, was experiencing high growth. So much so that during the same year, Inc. named SupplyCore one of America’s fastest-growing companies at #137 on the Inc. 500 list.
After this exciting recognition, Inc. invited Peter to join its CEO Peer Group. It was through this experience, reporting to the group on a quarterly basis about SupplyCore’s strategy, which led Peter to the realization that traditional methods of managing strategy execution through word processing templates and spreadsheets were not providing the visibility, transparency, and alignment he and his leadership team needed around SupplyCore’s execution of its strategic plan.
“Why is strategy and its execution treated like an afterthought, something we take out and put away only periodically throughout the year?” questioned Peter. “We need a new way to manage strategy execution – a way to balance looking through the windshield at what’s on the hood with what’s down the road.”
Therefore, in true Midwestern-get-it-done style, Peter worked closely with members of SupplyCore’s IT Team to develop the first generation of a powerful strategy execution software. Known as Goal Maps, this software transformed the way in which the company approached and managed strategy execution. However the software did something else; it helped transform SupplyCore’s environment into a culture of execution.
Fast forward to today, our team has enhanced our software, now known as MPOWR Envision®, and its capabilities throughout the last three decades, so it can help other organizations—large and small, non-profit and for-profit—execute their strategies while creating a culture of execution. In addition, MPOWR Group LLC is now a sister company to SupplyCore.
And what about SupplyCore? Thanks to our strategy execution software, the company continued to grow, making the Inc. 500 four more times (ranking as high as #17), joining the Inc. 500 Hall of Fame, and ranking on the Inc. 5000 for four consecutive years.