Manhattan Assoc. lauds partners
by MDJ staff
January 25, 2014 11:38 PM | 1329 views | 1 1 comments | 21 21 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Supply chain commerce solutions provider Manhattan Associates, Inc., 2300 Windy Ridge Parkway in the Cumberland area, announced it has named Kurt Salmon, Deloitte, enVista, Fortna and Vocollect to the Manhattan Partner Performance Club, in recognition of their 2013 contributions to customer engagements. The announcement was made at Manhattan’s annual Global Kickoff in Atlanta at the Georgia Tech Hotel & Convention Center.

The Manhattan Value Partner program is an ecosystem of third-party integrators/consultants, complementary software providers and hardware providers, whose combined expertise and products ensure delivery of world-class supply chain solutions to joint customers.

Each of the five Partner Performance Club winners will be recognized throughout the coming year and will interact with the Manhattan Associates executive management team and the other winners at Manhattan’s Momentum 2014 conference, which was May 5-8 at the Westin Diplomat in Hollywood, Fla.

Manhattan Associates brings companies closer to their customers by designing, building and delivering supply chain commerce solutions that drive top line growth by converging front-end sales with back-end supply chain execution and efficiency.
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Declan Kearney
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January 27, 2014
A good case of truly reciprocal business relationship management. Key to Supplier/Partner Relationship Management is where both parties view the relationship as mutually strategic. In this case, Manhattan Associate's ultimate 'supply chain' is represented by strategic partners bringing value to "joint customers" - a win-win for all parties. Where the joint customer is the ultimate beneficiary, there is no doubt the relationship approach is wholly reciprocal… As a supply chain commerce solution provider, it's also great to see a provider practice what they preach in terms of collaboration and the importance of business relationships.
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