Precision Software Chosen as a Top 100 Logistics IT Provider by Inbound Logistics Magazine
SANTA BARBARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Precision Software, a division of QAD Inc. (NAS: QADA) (NAS: QADB) , and a leading provider of industry-leading transportation and global trade management software solutions,today announced it was named as a top Logistics IT Provider for 2013 by Inbound Logistics (IL) magazine for the second consecutive year. IL's editors choose providers like Precision Software whose solutions are central to solving transportation, logistics, and supply chain challenges and whose customer successes are well-documented.
Nearly 300 companies were submitted for consideration and honorees were chosen based on their solutions' abilities to meet business logistics managers' supply chain challenges. Each year, IL's editors make their determination of logistics IT leaders based on questionnaires, phone and personal interviews, as well as industry research. Precision Software's leadership in these areas reflects the criteria of simplicity, return-on- investment (ROI) and efficient implementation.
"Precision Software was recognized by IL for leading the way in 2013 and positioning enterprises to perform at their best - reduce overall transportation and trade costs, avoid delays in cross-border shipments," said Felecia Stratton, Inbound Logistics editor. "Precision Software excels at providing solutions that drive supply chain excellence and answer readers' need for simplicity, ROI, and efficiency while mitigating risk in an increasingly security-conscious and regulated global environment. IL is proud to honor Precision Software for continuing to offer our readers solutions that optimize logistics and supply chain excellence."
PRECISION's unique single platform product suite is designed with open architecture and integrates with leading enterprise resource planning, warehouse management systems, transportation management systems and legacy applications.
"We're honored to receive this validation for our focus on delivering an integrated solution that enables our customers to reduce shipping costs and improve global visibility," said Ed Boclair, president of Precision Software. "PRECISION provides advanced capabilities to simplify international trade-compliance, streamline transportation management and increase supply chain visibility and reporting in our pursuit of helping every customer become a more Effective Enterprise."
For more information about Precision Software, please visit: www.precisionsoftware.com
About Inbound Logistics Magazine IT Logistics 100 Awards
Inbound Logistics is the pioneering publication of demand-driven logistics practices, also known as supply chain management. IL's educational mission is to guide businesses to efficiently manage logistics, reduce and speed inventory, and neutralize transportation cost increases by aligning supply to demand and adjusting enterprise functions to support that paradigm shift. More information about demand-driven logistics practices is available at www.inboundlogistics.com
About Precision Software - Effective Enterprise Logistics
Precision Software, a division of QAD Inc., (NAS: QADA) (NAS: QADB) , provides industry-leading transportation and global trade management software solutions from a single, integrated platform. The Precision suite of products is designed with open architecture allowing for easy integration with leading Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP), Warehouse Management Systems (WMS) and existing legacy solutions to reduce transportation costs, avoid delays at trans-border crossings and mitigate the risks associated with dynamic trading environments. Precision Software customers span multiple industries including life sciences, consumer packaged goods, electronics, retail, industrial products, food and beverage, and 3rd party logistics providers. For more information about Precision Software, visit www.precisionsoftware.com or e-mail email@example.com.
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