Chicago, IL (PRWEB) June 16, 2017 -- Global business consultant ChainSequence’s wide-ranging accomplishments in Supply Chain and Sales & Operations (S&OP) planning have earned the firm the notable “Silicon 100” designation for 2017 by Silicon Review magazine this past week. The technology resource publication’s “Silicon 100” award identifies emerging players in the technology landscape that provide transformative business solutions for organizations within the global IT community.
ChainSequence President and co-founder Bill Mrzlak explained that ChainSequence maintains its singular focus on linking supply chain process improvements with robust S&OP programs for a pretty straightforward reason. Noting that the success, or failure, to develop and meet strategic targets in an S&OP cycle can almost always be traced back to obstacles and imbalances within an organization’s supply/demand structure, Mrzlak added, “For any project we undertake, our emphasis on exploring Supply Chain’s fundamental relationship to S&OP goals—and working diligently to improve that relationship through best-practice, logical solutions—will inevitably bring about positive change.”
Silicon Review’s piece on ChainSequence also highlighted ChainSequence’s success in evolving and expanding its service model over the past several years on behalf of numerous diverse manufacturing sectors, including retail, small electronics, CPG, higher education, and Food and Agriculture. Looking to the future, Mrzlak added, “ChainSequence is currently incorporating new advancements in analytics and master data management into its business process models.”
About ChainSequence, Inc.
Headquartered in Chicago, Global Supply Chain expert ChainSequence® Inc. offers a fresh perspective toward re-engineering outdated supply chain methodologies and resolving persistent challenges in S&OP planning, to measurably improve the integration of supply chain processes with sales and operations goals. ChainSequence’s twenty-plus years of experience focuses on leading full life-cycle initiatives from planning and designing to implementing more advanced business processes, based on each client’s custom needs. ChainSequence’s progressive, knowledge-share approach is designed to give businesses the forward-thinking tools and training to better compete and effectively respond to ever-shifting supply chain requirements, increased client demand, and fluctuating market changes. For more information, please visit http://www.ChainSequence.com.
Bill Mrzlak, ChainSequence, Inc., http://www.ChainSequence.com, +1 (847) 382-6777, [email protected]
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