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Introducing the SDCE 100 for 2015

Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine, the executive's user manual for successful supply and demand chain transformation, this week announced its 13th annual listing of the Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100, highlighting 100 Great Supply Chain Projects.

Our goal with this year's 100 is to put the spotlight on successful and innovative transformation projects that are delivering bottom-line value to small, medium and large enterprises across the different functions that comprise the supply chain. The idea is that projects featured can serve as a roadmap for supply chain executives looking for new opportunities to drive improvement in their own operations.

This year, the magazine focused the criteria for its 100 feature on supply chain transformation projects that met these responsibilities and achieved success.

Through an online submission process, Supply & Demand Chain Executive collected information on supply chain transformation projects, including information on the objectives, scope, timeline and results of the project. The submissions were evaluated by the magazine's editorial staff primarily based on: ambitiousness/scope of the project, creative application of technologies/solutions/services used, extent of the business results/impact and clarity of submission.

After receiving nomination forms, the Supply & Demand Chain Executive editorial staff identified applicants that best fit the stated criteria for the 100. Final recipients will be featured with more detail in the cover story of the June 2015 issue of Supply & Demand Chain Executive, as well as online.

This year’s winners, in alphabetical order, are:

Actian, Afflink, AFN, Alom, Amber Road, American Global Logistics, Americo Manufacturing, Aptean, Ariba, Arkieva, Avendra, Avnet, Avercast, Barcoding, Inc., Basware, Baxter Planning Systems, Beroe Inc, Bizslate, Blue Ridge, B-Stock Solutions, C3 Solutions, CaseStack, Caterpillar, CBX Software, Celestica, Chainalytics, CLX Logistics, Corporate United, Crane Worldwide Logistics, Deposco, Demand Management, DHL, DiCentral, Dispatch Track, E2open, Elemica, eLynxx Solutions, enVista, Epicor Software, ESM Solutions, ET2C International and Fieldglass.

Also, 4flow, FusionOps, Focus Chain, Fortna, Geotab, GEP, Greybeard Advisors, HighJump, Iasta, InfinityQS, Infor, Informatica, Ingram Micro Mobility, Inmar, Insight, Integration Point, International Business Systems, Intesource, Invata Intralogistics, JDA, Junction Solutions, Jump Technologies, JVKellyGroup, Kewill GmbH, Keysight Technologies, Kinaxis, Lectra, LLamasoft, Loftware, LogFire, Logility, Logistix Solutions, ModusLink, NGC, NeoGrid, NetSuite, Newegg, Next Generation Logistics, Nipendo, NPI, OnProcess Technology, Optricity, Pace Harmon, Paragon Software, PINC Solutions, Pool4Tool and Performance Consulting Associates.

Also, Puridiom, Purolator International, Quintiq, Resilinc, Retrotech, Riskmethods, Ryder, S-One Holding Corp., Saddle Creek Logistics Services, Sealed Air, ShipXpress, Software AG, Solvoyo, Source One Management Services, Sparta Systems, Spend Management Experts, SYSPRO USA, Terra Technology, ToolsGroup, TradeStone Software, Transplace, Transportgistics, Transportation Insight, TrakLoc International, UltraShipTMS, Ultriva, Universal, Xchanging and XPO Logistics.


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