Pace Harmon Earns 2010 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 Honors for Third Year

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Top Outsourcing Advisory Firm Recognized as Supply Chain Innovator for Preparing Clients to Optimally Handle Post-Recessionary Growth

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“It’s easy to ignore the supply chain cost structure and cost drivers when economic conditions are on the upswing. However, a suboptimal supply chain always impacts the bottom line,” said Andy Sealock, partner, Pace Harmon.

Earning recognition for the third time for its role in driving clients’ supply chain innovations, Pace Harmon, an outsourcing advisory firm, today announced its inclusion in the 2010 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 list. This year’s award focused on providers’ roles in helping companies prepare their supply chains for post-recessionary growth.

“It’s easy to ignore the supply chain cost structure and cost drivers when economic conditions are on the upswing. However, a suboptimal supply chain always impacts the bottom line and it is not a problem that a quick fix can resolve,” said Andy Sealock, partner, Pace Harmon. ”For example, enterprises must be able to adjust quickly to changing market demands, so we caution clients to be wary of vendor contracts that include term or volume commitments as they limit flexibility.”

In addition to Pace Harmon’s inclusion in the 2010 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100, Sealock recently earned the 2010 Supply & Demand Chain Executive Pros to Know distinction for helping companies innovate and develop competitive advantage through optimized supply chains. Now in its ninth year, the annual Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 celebrates leading providers of supply chain services and technologies that help their clients achieve supply chain excellence. Recipients will be featured in the May/June 2010 issue of the publication.

“With this year’s Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100, we highlight a broad range of supply chain solution and service providers that are helping to position their customers for the ‘New Normal’ economic environment,” said Andrew K. Reese, editor of Supply & Demand Chain Executive. “Our goal with this year's '100,' as in the past, is to highlight a broad range of solutions and services targeted at a variety of industries, addressing the needs of companies of varying sizes, and assisting in the transformation of a diverse mix of the functions that make up the supply chain.”

Pace Harmon’s clients include Fortune 500 and select high growth middle-market companies spanning industries such as Telecommunications, Health Care, Financial Services, Manufacturing, Technology, and Energy. For more information about Pace Harmon, please visit http://www.paceharmon.com.

About Supply & Demand Chain Executive
Supply & Demand Chain Executive is the executive's user manual for successful supply and demand chain transformation, utilizing hard-hitting analysis, viewpoints and unbiased case studies to steer executives and supply management professionals through the complicated, yet critical, world of supply and demand chain enablement to gain competitive advantage. On the Web at http://www.SDCExec.com.

About Pace Harmon
Pace Harmon is an outsourcing advisory services firm providing guidance on complex outsourcing and strategic sourcing transactions, process optimization, and supplier program management. Founded in 2003 and headquartered in Tysons Corner, Va., Pace Harmon provides pragmatic and insightful advice that helps its client base of Fortune 500 and other large enterprises maximize the benefits achieved from their mission-critical supplier relationships. For more information, please visit http://www.paceharmon.com.

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