SMC Named 'Top 100 Logistics IT Provider'

Press Release
Wednesday, May 02, 2012

SMC announce it has been named as 'Top 100 Logistics IT Provider' by Inbound Logistics Magazine

According to the magazine, SMC was selected because its solutions work tactically to master supply chain transactions, as well as strategically to act as a change agent to drive the enterprise to more closely match demand to supply.

SMC is a leading provider of data, technology and education as an integrated solution to the freight transportation community.

Every April, Inbound Logistics editors draw from a pool of more than 300 companies—using questionnaires, personal interviews and other research—and recognize 100 winning technology providers. “Our selections were based on how transformative logistics IT solutions impact all business activities and drive integration across internal processes, as well as external processes for vendors and customers,” said Felecia Stratton, editor, Inbound Logistics. “As shippers, carriers and 3PLs rely more heavily on the latest and most innovative logistics IT solutions, SMC continues to be flexible and responsive, anticipating customers' evolving needs.”

 


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