Postal Service Honors Lean Sigma Professionals With Supplier Performance Award

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Lean Sigma Professionals Recognized for Innovation

Lean Sigma Professionals and USPS Management Teams

“Working with the dedicated members of the Postal Service to help this storied institution execute to its maximum efficiency has been our privilege. Ian Cato and Izzy Sanchez-Managing Partners

The U.S. Postal Service honored 13 out of 20 thousand Postal Service Suppliers for FY 2010 last month, and Lean Sigma Professionals is among this very elite group.

Lean Sigma Professionals provides consulting and training services in Lean Six Sigma methodologies and was awarded the Supplier Innovation Award for 2010.

“Your continued innovative ideas will help the Postal Service grow the business, improve the customer experience, and become leaner, faster and smarter,” said Postmaster General Patrick R. Donahoe. “Your partnership has enabled us to accomplish good things, and I appreciate that you’ve given your best to the Postal Service and to the American people.”

Susan Brownell, vice president, Supply Management, helped present the awards. “Suppliers play a key role in the success of the Postal Service,” said Brownell. “You are the cream of the crop and serve as role models to thousands of suppliers. You help us deliver excellent service to our customers each day, and I hope to see you here again next year.”

In reaction, managing partners Ian Cato and Ismael Sanchez, responded by saying: “Working with the dedicated members of the Postal Service to help this storied institution execute to its maximum efficiency has been our privilege. Being presented with the Supplier Innovation Award is a great honor and a testament to the fact that the Lean Six Sigma methodology can generate significant sustainable savings.”

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