At the recent Building Owners & Managers Association's (BOMA) "Every Building Conference and Expo," recently held in Los Angeles, CA, AFFLINK representatives officially introduced the company's new ELEVATE process to the building owners and managers in the commercial market attending the event.
This is BOMA's most important commercial real estate event of the year. Typically it's the place where many manufacturers display and introduce their newest and most innovative products to help serve the ever-changing, high-stakes business of office, industrial and mixed-use facilities.
AFFLINK is a global leader in supply chain management. The new ELEVATE process is a free consulting software application that users can access online at www.ELEVATEprocess.com. It is designed to help clients "analyze their business priorities, potentially save thousands of dollars in operational efficiencies, and identify solutions that align with their corporate goals and objectives," explains Dennis Riffer, AFFLINK President and CEO.
According to Robb Dunn, AFFLINK's Commercial Segment Leader, attendees to the BOMA show were impressed with how easy the system was to use as well as its flexibility.
"[But what] these key decision makers were most impressed with was how the process was able to present supply chain savings in a simple, straightforward manner and a catalyst for how they should consider strategic sourcing in the future."
Dunn adds that one attendee commented, "It's supply chain consulting software...for FREE."
AFFLNK plans to exhibit the new ELEVATE process at several end-user events throughout the summer. Among them are:
- The SCOPE Supply Chain Conference, which will be held in San Diego August 23 thru 25
- The Supply Chain Exchange show at the 2015 Annual Conference of the Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals, which will also be held in San Diego from September 27 thru 30.