LLamasoft Named to “100 Great Supply Chain Partners” for 5th Consecutive Year By SupplyChainBrain Magazine
July 10th, 2012
Ann Arbor, MI U.S.A. –LLamasoft, the global leader in Supply Chain Design solutions, has been recognized by SupplyChainBrain magazine as one of the 100 Great Supply Chain Partners of 2012. This is the fifth year in a row that LLamasoft has earned this prestigious honor.
SupplyChainBrain’s 10th annual list of 100 Great Supply Chain Partners is the result of a six-month on-line poll in which supply chain professionals were asked to nominate vendors and service providers whose solutions have made a significant impact on their company’s efficiency, customer service and overall supply chain performance. Nominations were received for hundreds of trading partners in every aspect of supply chain management.
In naming LLamasoft to the list Brad Berger, publisher of SupplyChainBrain, commented, “The 2012 July/August issue includes the select list of companies whose solutions and services have been so impressive, that their customers took the time to write and let us know. Our compliments to LLamasoft on making this select list of 100 companies who received the most qualified nominations!”
Toby Brzoznowski, LLamasoft’s Executive Vice President added, “It is extremely rewarding as this award comes from peer and customer nominations. It is once again a validation of the work we do and indicates that we continue to earn the trust and respect of those in the industry by providing valuable solutions for supply chain design problems.”
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