DiCentral’s Peter Edlund is Named Supply & Demand Chain Executive Pros to Know 2017
Leading business magazine list of top supply and demand chain industry professionals recognizes DiCentral executives for the fifth consecutive year
HOUSTON – February 25, 2017 – DiCentral, a leading global provider of B2Bi Managed Services, today announced that Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine (S&DCE) has named DiCentral Senior Vice President of Global Product Marketing Peter Edlund as one of the 2017 Supply & Demand Chain Executive Pros to Know.
The Pros to Know Awards distinguishes supply chain executives and manufacturing and non-manufacturing enterprises that are leading initiatives to help prepare their companies’ supply chains for the significant challenges of today’s business climate. Peter Edlund of DiCentral is among those chosen from over 300 entries for the 2017 Pros to Know Awards.
“We commend recipients for their achievements. Their accomplishments offer a roadmap for other leaders looking to leverage the supply chain for competitive advantage. Their efforts in developing the tools, processes and a knowledge base for supply chain transformation, as well as in promoting new approaches to supply chain enablement, earned these individuals a rightful place in this year's Pros to Know listing,” said S&DCE Editor Ronnie Garrett.
S&DCE Pros to Know 2017 includes individuals from software firms and service providers, consultancies or academia, who helped their supply chain clients or the supply chain community at large prepare to meet these challenges—and Practitioner Pros, who do the same within their own companies.
“To be recognized once again among other highly-esteemed supply chain professionals is an incredible achievement,” said Edlund. “Congratulations to all of the executives and companies who are also receiving the prestigious Pros to Know honor this year.”
The full list of Supply & Demand Chain Executive 2017 Pros to Know will be available today on the Supply & Demand Chain Executive website at SDCExec.com and in the March 2017 print issue of the magazine.
Founded in 2000, DiCentral is a leading global provider of B2Bi Managed Services headquartered in Houston, Texas with 10 offices worldwide supporting customers in over 27 countries. DiCentral’s services and solutions are singularly focused on B2B integration and used by many of the Fortune 1000, processing over $200 billion in transactions for over 30,000 organizations worldwide. The company’s vertical expertise transcends Automotive, Retail, Distribution, Manufacturing, Pharmaceutical, Health Care, Energy and Financial Services. DiCentral provides turn-key Cloud based B2Bi Managed Services, which allows organizations to connect and exchange critical business documents with their trading community. The core components of the Managed Services offering include: ERP Integration, Secure B2B Communications, Data Transformation, Business Rule Analytics, Inventory Management and Trading Partner Community Management. The company develops and markets a complementary suite of supply chain applications. For more information, please visit http://www.dicentral.com
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Founding member and executive at Dicentral, a global B2B integration company with over 20 years of solving complex supply chain integration problems. I am passionate about helping people in the retail, automotive and healthcare industries achieve revenue growth through a better understanding of the world of connected commerce. Frequently published, sought after speaker and host of “The Connected Show”, a video blog that connects our viewers to the people and news that influence today’s integrated supply chains.More Content by Peter Edlund