Loyola University Chicago

Quinlan School of Business

Consulting

The Supply and Value Chain Center engages a wide range of professional and academic resources to help your company address business challenges. We leverage our staff, faculty, and students to find innovative solutions to the supply chain obstacles affecting organizations today.

Our clients represent multiple industries, sizes, and structures. We address a wide range of challenges such as inventory reduction, project management, supply chain assessment, benchmarking, and supplier relationship management. We cater our approach and recommendations to what will be most effective for your unique organization. Our portfolio includes businesses from a variety of industries -- food and beverage, healthcare systems, automotive parts -- and varying sizes.

Check out a list of previously completed projects.

If you would like to learn more about how we can help you and your organization, please contact Harry Haney at hhaney@luc.edu.

Our Assets:

  • Students
    We often deploy our top scholars on projects to bring fresh perspectives and energy to the table.
  • Staff
    Our team comes from a variety of industries. We know what works and what doesn't from experience.
  • Faculty
    Loyola instructors range from skilled practitioners to leading researchers and enjoy examining real-life problems.
  • Global Network
    As a Jesuit higher education institution, we have access to a global network of data, case studies, and relationships.

Our Values:

  • Delivering actionable solutions
  • Maximizing inter-organizational collaboration
  • Engaging all available resources
  • Achieving desired outcomes

Have a business challenge not related to supply chain?
As part of the Loyola Business Leadership Hub, we have consulting resources fit for all types of projects. Please contact John Caltagirone, jcaltag@luc.edu, for more information.