The merger with SCApath is a “1 + 1 = 3” model.
Denver, CO (PRWEB) November 16, 2015
SCApath, a leading consulting firm that specializes in designing and implementing supply chain solutions that enable omni-channel commerce, today announced its merger with New Course LLC.
“Merging with New Course is a major milestone in our growth strategy,” said Evan McCaig, president and managing principal of SCApath. “We see a tremendous gap in the marketplace, and clients are suffering. Small loosely-banded teams of supply chain consultants, as well as large corporations dabbling in supply chain, don’t have the business model to sustain long-term customer value. We joined forces to address that gap specifically.”
New Course is a consulting and implementation services company focused on supply chain execution solutions for clients in the retail, CPG and pharmaceutical sectors as well as clients deploying SAP supply chain applications. The company’s deep, hands-on expertise related to WMS deployments and the emerging WES solutions market complements SCApath’s existing practice.
McCaig added, “John Sidell, principal and co-founder of New Course, is an industry pioneer with a long history of success in supply chain consulting and technology. Not only is he a supply chain thought leader and well respected within the vendor, analyst and client community, but he is also highly skilled at driving both top and bottom line growth.”
John Sidell, widely known as a founder of ESYNC, a breakthrough supply chain consulting firm in the 2000s, is an established industry veteran. He’s won awards such as Ernst and Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year and DCVelocity’s Rainmaker award, and he was most recently named as one of the “Pros to Know” in 2014 by Supply & Demand Chain Executive. Sidell has held a variety of industry-related board seats.
John Sidell commented, “The merger with SCApath is a “1 + 1 = 3” model. SCApath has always had a very strong reputation in the market and their holistic approach to omni-channel strategy is precisely what the market needs. Their recent work with clients such as L Brands, Carter’s, and Starbucks position them as the consulting leader for omni-channel strategy and we are excited to be a part of the growing SCApath team.”
To learn more about the impact of this merger on the supply chain industry, read this blog.
SCApath helps companies deliver true omni-channel commerce by creating agile supply chains that optimize order fulfillment from anywhere to anywhere. Our consultants are experts at interpreting and integrating business, supply chain, and technology solutions. Our focus is helping companies with online, retail, and wholesale sales channels design and implement supply chain solutions to support omni-channel commerce. SCApath is headquartered in Boulder, CO., with offices in Atlanta, GA., Indianapolis, IN, Seattle, WA and Los Angeles, CA.
For more information about SCApath, visit http://www.scapath.com.