Raleigh, NC – Open Sky Group is honored to be named a SupplyChainBrain Great Supply Chain Partner for the fourth time. Now in its 14th year, this prestigious list highlights select companies whose solutions and services have been so impressive that customers took the time to write and let SupplyChainBrain magazine know.
SupplyChainBrain received nominations for hundreds of solutions providers in every aspect of supply chain management during their six-month on-line poll in which supply chain professionals were asked to nominate vendors and service providers whose solutions have made a significant impact on their company’s efficiency, customer service and overall supply chain performance.
“Each year, our Great Supply Chain Partner list features a select group of companies whose customers recognize them for providing outstanding solutions and services. This year we received literally hundreds of nominations for solutions providers in every aspect of supply chain management. Open Sky Group will appear in the 2016 July/August issue of SupplyChainBrain magazine as a celebrated member of this year’s ‘100 Great Supply Chain Partners’,” said Brad Berger, Publisher, SupplyChainBrain.
“Thank you to everyone that nominated Open Sky Group. It’s been a fantastic year so far and we’re proud to be named to this distinguished list for the fourth time. We look forward to continuing to earn the honor through the work we love to do,” said Lori Kesten, VP of Sales for Open Sky Group, “Congratulations to all of the ‘2016 Great Supply Chain Partners’!”
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