BizSlate Inc., the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider of ERP solutions for small and medium sized distribution businesses (SMBs), has been selected as a winner of Supply & Demand Chain Executive's Top 100 Supply Chain Projects for 2013. BizSlate is recognised for providing SMBs with innovative tools they require in order to substantially improve supply chain efficiency and accuracy.
Established in October 2011 with a focus on helping SMBs solve real problems they face on a daily basis throughout their supply chain, BizSlate ERP is designed and developed under the collaborative efforts of a management team possessing deep supply chain operations experience and a knowledgeable customer steering committee comprised of small apparel, footwear, housewares, and consumer goods businesses having revenues between $1 million and $100 million.
"It is an honour to be included in the 2013 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100," said BizSlate founder and CEO Marc Kalman. "Receiving this recognition for helping our clients make significant improvements to their supply chain and operations validates our vision of finally giving small distribution businesses the tools they need to succeed, let alone survive. We are excited about working with our clients over the coming years to continue breaking the mold of outdated ERP methodologies, and innovating new ways of helping them become more successful."
The 2013 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 are supply chain solution and service providers that are helping their customers and clients achieve supply chain excellence. They have produced measurable gains in ROI through cost-cutting, and increased efficiency, whether in warehouse, transportation, procurement sourcing or any other category in the end-to-end supply chain. The submissions were evaluated by the magazine's editorial staff primarily based on: ambitiousness/scope of the project (30 per cent); creative application of technologies/solutions/services used (20 per cent); extent of the business results/impact (40 percent); clarity of submission (10 per cent).
"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," said Barry Hochfelder, editor of Supply & Demand Chain Executive. "The projects featured in the '100' article can serve as a roadmap for supply chain executives looking for new opportunities to drive improvement in their own operations."