CHAMBERSBURG, PA – Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine has named e-LYNXX Corporation one of the top 100 procurement solution providers in the United States. The magazine's 2009 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 list appears in its June/July issue.
"This recognition further validates the value of our services and the hard work by our dedicated staff in developing and delivering systems, methodology and services that help our clients significantly reduce what they spend on direct mail, marketing materials, commercial print, labels, product packaging and other types of customized goods and services," said William Ginglesperger, chief executive officer of e-LYNXX Corporation. "This is even more meaningful when you consider that 2009 is the first full year for implementation of the business method patents that we have been awarded by the U. S. Patent Office."
In naming e-LYNXX to their list, Supply & Demand Chain Executive editors said, "Your inclusion in this year's 100 list recognizes your leadership as a solution and service provider in assisting the supply chain function and supply chain executives as your customers/clients position their enterprises and organizations not only to meet the urgent business imperatives of the current downturn but also to thrive as the economy rebounds."
The purpose of the 2009 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 is to highlight a broad range of solutions and services targeted at a variety of industries, addressing the needs of companies of varying sizes, and assisting in the transformation of the diverse mix of the functions that make up the supply chain.
e-LYNXX Corporation offers clients the latest in procurement methodology to reduce their print spend by at least 25%. Gindlesperger said typically cost reductions are in the 30% to 40% range, and sometimes more, as experienced by its current clients -- leaders in the parcel delivery, computer (hardware), utilities, heavy construction equipment, insurance, health care, insurance, financial services and association sectors. Application of the e-LYNXX patented methodology extends beyond print to machine parts, temporary services, construction services, textiles and other customized goods and services that require specifications when ordered.
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