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Winner of Aberdeen's Industry Excellence in Supply Chain Management Award to Be Named in April

Aberdeen Group has announced the nominees for its annual industry achievement award for excellence in supply chain accomplishments and says the winner will be chosen at the research firm's Supply Chain Management Summit April 13-14, at the Grand Hyatt in San Francisco.

Nominees are Becton, Dickinson and Company; Belkin International; Black & Decker's Hardware and Home Improvement Group; Herbalife; Linksys; Volvo Construction Equipment; and Zappos.com.

Nominees were chosen based on research conducted over the past several months. The winner will on such criteria as process excellence, executive stewardship, business evolution, innovation in technology and performance excellence.

Confirmed presenters include senior executives from Burris Logistics; Cisco Systems; Citrix; Fresenius Medical Care North America; Glazers; Honeywell; Intel; Linksys -- a division of Cisco; Logistics Resources International; LSI Semiconductors; Motorola; M.S. Walker, Inc.; Supply Chain Network; The Brick; Walmart; IBM; and SAP.

SupplyChainBrain is among the sponsors of the event.

For additional information or complimentary passes, visit
http://summits.aberdeen.com/index.php/SCM.html.

Source: Aberdeen Group

Aberdeen Group has announced the nominees for its annual industry achievement award for excellence in supply chain accomplishments and says the winner will be chosen at the research firm's Supply Chain Management Summit April 13-14, at the Grand Hyatt in San Francisco.

Nominees are Becton, Dickinson and Company; Belkin International; Black & Decker's Hardware and Home Improvement Group; Herbalife; Linksys; Volvo Construction Equipment; and Zappos.com.

Nominees were chosen based on research conducted over the past several months. The winner will on such criteria as process excellence, executive stewardship, business evolution, innovation in technology and performance excellence.

Confirmed presenters include senior executives from Burris Logistics; Cisco Systems; Citrix; Fresenius Medical Care North America; Glazers; Honeywell; Intel; Linksys -- a division of Cisco; Logistics Resources International; LSI Semiconductors; Motorola; M.S. Walker, Inc.; Supply Chain Network; The Brick; Walmart; IBM; and SAP.

SupplyChainBrain is among the sponsors of the event.

For additional information or complimentary passes, visit
http://summits.aberdeen.com/index.php/SCM.html.

Source: Aberdeen Group