Food Logistics, the only publication exclusively dedicated to covering the movement of product through the global food supply chain, has named enterprise software solution provider Aptean to its 2017 FL100+ Top Software and Technology Providers list.
This is the second time Food Logistics has recognized Aptean as a leading technology provider. Aptean offers software – including ERP, MES, EAM, WMS, TMS and demand planning – to tackle every aspect of the food and beverage supply chain, including manufacturing and distribution.
“Being named to the Food Logistics list showcases the dedication our team puts into delivering quality technology, expertise and service to our food and beverage customers,” said Brad Steger, general manager of Process ERP and Supply Chain Management at Aptean. “We’re delighted to once again earn this important recognition.”
The Food Logistics list serves as a resource guide of software and technology providers whose products and services are critical for companies in the global food and beverage supply chain. Companies on this year’s list will be profiled in the November/December 2017 issue of Food Logistics, as well as online at www.foodlogistics.com. Aptean was first included on the list in 2015.
“New developments and innovations in the software and technology sector are making sizeable impacts on the global food supply chain,” said Lara L. Sowinski, editorial director for Food Logistics and its sister publication, Supply & Demand Chain Executive. “The result is a greater visibility, improved regulatory compliance, enhanced shelf life for perishables, and the emergence of a more proactive and nimble food supply chain that benefits both the food industry and its logistics partners, as well as the end consumer.”
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