Troy, Michigan (PRWEB) May 07, 2012
Doug Halliday, Director of Strategic Business Development, Trubiquity, has been selected as an AIAG Outstanding Leadership Award Recipient for the Supply Chain Network Data Connectivity Project due to the positive impact of his support to AIAG as well as his leadership and expertise in the automotive supply chain arena. Doug Halliday indicates “I was pleased to assist the Team by offering some perspective on how to organize and present the information the team developed. We had the luxury of participation by some remarkable veterans with keen insight and profound knowledge. Information was the key factor. As conclusions flowed naturally and logically from the data, it was easy to organize it in a manner that made sense. I am honored to be recognized for my contribution to the team and the project.”
Mr. Halliday will be honored at the AIAG Volunteer Awards Ceremony and Reception at the AIAG Supply Chain Summit held at the MSU Management Education Center, 811 West Square Lake Road, Troy, MI on May 8, 2012, at 4:45 p.m. At Trubiquity, Doug is responsible for building strategic customer and industry relationships, spearheading technical data sharing, supplier collaboration and PLM-related initiatives with associations and partnering with other technology firms to expand solutions and product offerings.
Trubiquity is a leading global provider of MFT (managed file transfer), process automation and integration solutions for 6,500 companies with 60,000 users in more than 40 countries. For more than 25 years, we have served the automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, retail, finance, healthcare and consumer goods industries. Trubiquity solutions improve our customer’s ability to control and protect the flow of data within their business and among external partners. Trubiquity is headquartered in Troy, Michigan, with facilities in California and international offices in Germany and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit http://www.trubiquity.com.
AIAG is a unique not-for-profit organization where, for 30 years, OEMs, suppliers, service providers, government entities and individuals in academia have worked collaboratively to drive down costs and complexity from the supply chain via global standards development and harmonized business practices. AIAG membership has grown to include preeminent OEMs, such as Caterpillar, Chrysler Group LLC, Ford Motor Co., General Motors Co., Honda of America, Navistar International, Nissan, Toyota, and many of their parts suppliers and service providers. For more information, visit http://www.AIAG.org.