Software company wins supply chain award
A software design and implementation firm with a local office has been named to a list of 100 companies that completed “successful and transformative” supply chain projects in the past year.
The magazine Supply & Demand Chain Executive included Southfield-based Radley Corporation — which has an office in Kentwood — among its 2019 SDCE 100 award winners.
Radley was the only company with a West Michigan presence to make the list.
“Every year, our list of submissions for the SDCE 100 continues to grow as more companies rely on the expertise of supply management for innovative decision-making. Our winners raise the bar for what is achievable in the supply chain,” said John Yuva, editor, SDCE.
“With a variety of company sizes and industry sectors represented, our top 100 are leading examples for how to approach and solve supply chain challenges. Congratulations to our 2019 winners and the projects that delivered greater operational efficiencies and bottom-line results across the supply chain.”
Kevin Cammet, senior vice president of Radley, said the company is honored to be included on the list.
“We’re committed to helping our customers achieve efficiency and productivity throughout their supply chain,” he said.
The SDCE 100 is an annual list of 100 great supply chain projects “that deliver value to enterprises across a range of supply chain functions.”
Honorees were evaluated on self-submitted projects based on the goals, solutions and business impact the projects created.
SDCE publishes the list so it can “serve as a map for supply chain executives who are looking for new opportunities to drive improvement in their own operations.”
Founded in 1974, Radley develops and implements manufacturing, warehouse and EDI software solutions for businesses to improve their productivity.
Its clients have included companies such as Land O’ Frost, Suminoe Textile, Lockheed Martin, Bridgestone, Grecian Delight and Aspen Surgical.