The Indago Story

A supply chain research service on a threefold mission

Collect and share meaningful, expert-to-expert supply chain research

Collect and share meaningful, expert-to-expert supply chain research

Connect a community of supply chain and logistics practitioners

Connect a community of supply chain and logistics practitioners

Give back to causes that make an extraordinary difference in lives every day

Give back to causes that make an extraordinary difference in lives every day

The major pitfall of the 21st century’s teaching model is the belief that most of what we know will remain relatively unchanged for a long enough period of time to be worth the effort of transferring it…The old ways of learning are unable to keep up with our rapidly changing world.”

— Douglas Thomas and John Seely Brown, from their book: “A New Culture of Learning

This is particularly true in supply chain management, where new technologies, business models, competitors, legislation, economic issues, and so on are constantly emerging, which requires companies to continuously evolve their supply chain processes, thinking and networks.

Indago believes that the best source of practical knowledge and advice are your peers, other supply chain and logistics practitioners just like you who have already met and overcome the same challenges and opportunities you face today.

Be Uncommon. Supply Chain Research with Purpose.

Be Uncommon. Supply Chain Research with Purpose.

Indago overcomes the shortfalls of traditional market research by bringing together a community of supply chain and logistics practitioners who are committed to sharing practical knowledge and advice with each other in a trusted and confidential manner — while giving back to charitable causes that make an extraordinary difference in lives every day.

Adrian Gonzalez

Adrian Gonzalez

The Indago team is led by its founder Adrian Gonzalez, a trusted advisor and leading industry analyst with more than 20 years of supply chain and logistics research experience. Indago is the research arm of Adelante SCM, which also includes Talking Logistics (an online video talk show and blog) and Logistics Leaders for Type 1 Diabetes Cure Team (a cycling team of supply chain and logistics professionals that fundraises in support of JDRF).

See what makes Indago supply chain research uncommon.