Chicago, IL (PRWEB) February 20, 2013
The Smart Cube, a global professional services firm that specializes in delivering custom research and analytics, was recognized in Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine’s 13th annual “Pros to Know.” This is the fourth consecutive year the firm has been recognized.
Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine is an international B2B publication that provides mission-critical editorial to address the issues and challenges of the supply chain. The magazine annually recognizes exceptional supply chain practitioners and providers who are leading initiatives to help prepare and enhance supply chains for the significant challenges ahead. The Smart Cube’s selection was made by the magazine's editorial selection committee, which culled through nearly 400 submissions to find those applicants that best fit its stringent selection criteria.
“We are honored to be part of the Provider Pros to Know list for the fourth consecutive year,” said Omer Abdullah, Co-founder and Managing Director of The Smart Cube. “We have worked hard to help supply chain practitioners balance traditional issues such as cost management, a ‘more with less’ mindset, and risk mitigation with emerging challenges such as innovation and revenue enhancement. In this context, the need for insightful, real time supply chain intelligence is critical and this award is a clear recognition of our work in this space.”
“It’s not always initially clear as to how broad the scale of the supply chain and its challenges really is,” said Barry Hochfelder, Editor, Supply & Demand Chain Executive. “If there are those present in the industry who are working to overcome such issues and grow the global supply chain at the same time, they should get the recognition they deserve for their achievements.”
More information on the 2013 Pros to Know list can be found at http://www.sdcexec.com.
ABOUT THE SMART CUBE
The Smart Cube is a global professional services firm that specializes in delivering custom research and analytics services to corporations, financial services and management consulting firms globally. The firm helps organizations make critical decisions across four key business areas: Procurement and Supply Chain; Strategy and Marketing; Financial Services; and Analytics. Founded in 2003, The Smart Cube has conducted more than 15,000 studies through its global network of more than 400 analysts. The firm is headquartered in London, with offices in the United States, Belgium, China, Hong Kong, India, Romania, Switzerland, and Uruguay.
For more information, please visit http://www.thesmartcube.com.