"We are honored to be named among the FL100," says Matthew Bent, Syntelic president.
Germantown, MD (PRWEB) December 17, 2011
Food Logistics, the only publication dedicated exclusively to the grocery and foodservice distribution supply chain, this week announced that Syntelic Solutions Corporation was named among its coveted FL100 listing of software and technology providers in the journal's November/December 2011 issue
"We are honored to be named among the FL100," says Matthew Bent, Syntelic president. "Syntelic has worked hard to build a reputation for providing essential distribution solutions, and have gained a number of clients among the leading names in food service and grocery distribution."
Each year, the editors of Food Logistics recognize 100 software and technology providers that better enable grocery and foodservice distributors and manufacturers to realize their business goals. This year, the eighth year of the FL100, the publication focused on solution providers that are helping their customers differentiate themselves in the marketplace, while simultaneously facilitating improved safety and traceability throughout the supply chain.
“With the passage of the FDA’s landmark Food Safety and Modernization Act, the entire food and beverage sector is under increased pressure to improve safety and traceability throughout the supply chain. In addition, the ongoing globalization of food supply chains demands closer collaboration with suppliers and enhanced visibility from farm to fork,” notes Lara L. Sowinski, editor-in-chief at Food Logistics. “Technology is a powerful tool that can ensure compliance, mitigate risk, and serve as a market differentiator in today’s highly competitive environment.”
The FL100 listing serves as a resource for grocery and foodservice distribution and manufacturing executives. After receiving nomination forms from end users and solution providers, the editorial staff reviewed over 160 submissions to compile this year’s listing. Final recipients are featured in the November/December 2011 issue of Food Logistics, as well as online at http://www.foodlogistics.com.
The FL100 is not a ranking. The alphabetical list has been designed to help the readers of Food Logistics identify the leading software and technology providers in the food and beverage industry.