Epicor CEO receives top magazine honour
Dubai, February 19, 2013
Epicor Software Corporation, a global leader in business software solutions, has announced that its president and CEO Pervez Qureshi has been named a 2013 ‘Pros to Know’ award winner by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine.
The international B2B publication’s ‘Pros to Know’ includes professionals proactively working to improve business functions in a number of categories including manufacturing and production output, procurement, logistics, risk mitigation strategies, sourcing, financial operations, packaging and distribution, and transportation.
Now in its 13th year, the awards recognise both ends of the supply chain, a statement from Epicor said. This includes honouring the “providers”, like individuals from software firms, service providers, consultancies or academia who helped their supply chain clients or the supply chain community prepare to meet industry challenges.
Qureshi was named in this category. Also recognised are “practitioners”, like those supply chain executives who demonstrated leadership by managing risk in the supply chain, provided competitive advantage, and delivered value to the bottom line.
“The efforts that a number of the industry’s leading executives continue to take to improve their business’s functionality and in turn, progress the global supply chain - this was one of the main reasons we started the ‘Pros to Know’ awards in the first place,” said Barry Hochfelder, editor, Supply & Demand Chain executive.
“Epicor continues to develop next-generation enterprise solutions that will support business operations on a full range of supply chain management capabilities within a single integrated platform, ultimately helping to grow suppliers’ revenues and profitability,” said Qureshi. “On behalf of all Epicor employees, I am honoured to have Supply & Demand Chain Executive recognise our contributions to innovation in the industry.”
For the 2013 list, the publication’s editorial selection committee reviewed close to 400 entries to find the applicants that best fit the criteria. – TradeArabia News Service
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