Tompkins Press Expands to eBooks

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Plug in Your Supply Chain Library to Read Popular Business, Industry Books

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“It is the most complete eBook library available today that focuses on end-to-end supply chains, best practices and leadership

It has been a banner year for eBooks, as more people around the world use eReaders and smart phones to take advantage of the convenience and affordability of digital books.

Due to reader demand, Tompkins Press has launched its new eBook website featuring five of the most popular titles for supply chain professionals, business leaders and educators.

“It is the most complete eBook library available today that focuses on end-to-end supply chains, best practices and leadership,” says Jim Tompkins, President and CEO of Tompkins Associates and author of many of the books. “Now you can take this entire library with you to the airport, on vacation – wherever you go – and even perform keyword searches for certain terms when you’re scanning for topics or doing quick research.”

From the highly regarded Warehouse Management Handbook and its updated companion The Supply Chain Handbook to the entertaining and informative business novel Caught Between the Tiger and the Dragon, company leaders and educators will find expert advice on improving global supply chains and entering new markets.

Free sample chapters of each book are available for download and review. If you’d like the opportunity to win a complimentary Kindle eReader to get you started, register here.

About Tompkins Press

Established in 1997, Tompkins Press provides leading-edge publications for business and supply chain leaders who seek to take their companies to the next level of profitable growth. Tompkins Associates’ experts share their experiences, know-how and unique insight gained through more than 35 years of working with clients in growth and business strategy, global supply chain services, distribution operations consulting, information technology implementation, material handling integration, and benchmarking and best practices.

CONTACT: Myra Schwartz, 919-855-5533


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