SupplyLogic Nets $50M-Plus Marketing Supply Chain Accord with Finance Firm
NEW YORK — March 9, 2016 — SupplyLogic, a top marketing supply chain optimization firm, has executed a multi-year agreement worth more than $50 million with a top industry-leading financial services firm. Under the terms of the agreement, SupplyLogic will transform and optimize the firm’s supply chain processes for regulatory and marketing print, allowing its employees to focus more on serving customers, while reducing total cost of ownership, managing risk and enhancing brand compliance.
The agreement will place a team of SupplyLogic professionals on-site at the company’s major operational centers. Expected value from this engagement will be derived from process efficiencies and standardization, enhanced technology and automation and improved sourcing practices.
“As our client continues to deliver on its growth plans, better management of marketing operations processes will provide necessary agility to support continued innovation for their customers,” says Frank Olivieri, president and COO of SupplyLogic. “With our support, they will be better able to scale while providing customers the high-quality experience they have come to expect.”
Earlier this month, SupplyLogic was awarded the 2016 Best of Print and Digital Award from NAPCO Media and Butler Street Research, given to companies that surpass industry benchmarks for customer loyalty as voted by their current clients. The company also announced recent contracts with Asurion technology buyer protection and National Vision, the nation’s largest optics retail chain.
About SupplyLogic Inc.
SupplyLogic, a privately held firm based in New York and Chicago, is among the nation’s leading marketing supply chain partners for corporate enterprises. Founded in 2004, the company has the unique ability to deliver reduction in costs through tighter management of corporate marketing spend, transforming the brand delivery process, reducing risk, automating compliance, simplifying ordering and providing executives with real-time performance analytics.