Airclic and cLevel Partners Help Businesses Maximize their Investment in Mobile Software for the Supply Chain

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Partnership gives customers access to expert analysis in measuring the ROI of their mobile software deployment.

Airclic, a global provider of software that improves the performance of mobile supply chain management and logistics operations, today announced that it has teamed with cLevel Partners, an IT21 Solutions Company with extensive experience analyzing return on investment for the supply chain, to help customers measure the effectiveness of their mobile deployment.

“Our customers see a rapid return on their investment from our mobile supply chain products, but often need help analyzing this data and presenting it in an organized, concise manner to their stakeholders,” said Mike Lee, CEO of Airclic. “As a part of our commitment to delivering industry-leading software, we look to form strategic relationships with thought leaders, such as cLevel Partners, to deliver an enhanced benefit to help our customers meet their goals.”

cLevel Partners is a consulting company with a team of executives with extensive experience across various industries that serve as advisers in strategic planning, business process management, supply chain and data center workflows.

“Airclic’s SaaS-based mobile supply chain products give businesses the ability to embrace mobility quickly and easily,” said Stephen Salvitti, CEO of cLevel Partners. “With our services, these businesses can now effectively analyze and measure their investment – setting benchmarks and goals that ensure success.”

Airclic and Intermec will be sponsoring a webinar, highlighting cLevel Partners, titled “Cut through the noise: Experienced CIOs discuss Mobility ROI” on June 8, 2011 at 1 p.m. EST. Register today to learn more about measuring the ROI of mobile software implementations for the mobile supply chain.

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