DiCentral Named 2016 Great Supply Chain Partner Winner by SupplyChainBrain
Leading provider of EDI solutions recognized by clients for providing outstanding services
HOUSTON - July 5, 2016 - DiCentral, a leading innovator in supply chain management solutions and B2B integration, announced today that the company has been selected by SupplyChainBrain magazine, the world’s most comprehensive supply chain management information resource, as a 2016 Great Supply Chain Partner.
The 2016 Great Supply Chain Partner award recognizes companies making an impact in businesses’ supply chains through cutting-edge technology, innovation and high attention to customer-service. SupplyChainBrain started this award 14 years ago and has recognized 100 companies each year through this award. DiCentral has been listed among the 100 Great Supply Chain Partners for the past five years.
"We are honored to once again be recognized as a Great Supply Chain Partner by SupplyChainBrain magazine," says Thuy Mai, CEO for DiCentral. “We always look to go above and beyond to meet our clients’ needs and strive to provide the best services within B2B integration. A special thank you to everyone who nominated us and helped us reach this milestone of excellence."
Ninety-six percent of those surveyed said they are linked electronically in some way with at least one of their trading partners, yet the average organization spends just over 5% of its IT budget on electronic connections. Electronic connections are expected to increase more than 20% over the next three years, and 69% of those surveyed said that they intend to increase the number of customers they trade with electronically.
According to Brad Berger, publisher of SupplyChainBrain, the publication received hundreds of nominations for providers in every aspect of supply chain management. Contestants are picked from customers’ nominations through an online poll hosted over the course of six months. The poll asks supply chain professionals to nominate vendors and service providers whose solutions have made an impact on a company’s efficiency, customer service and overall supply chain performance.
DiCentral will appear in the 2016 July/August issue of SupplyChainBrain magazine as a celebrated member of this year's 100 Great Supply Chain Partners.
The full listing of the 2016 Great Supply Chain Partner honorees is now available on SupplyChainBrain’s website at http://www.supplychainbrain.com.
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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