Supply & Demand Chain Executive Names SPS Commerce's Jim Frome as a 2007 Pro to Know
"This year's Provider Pros to Know have shown themselves to be thought-leaders in their respective supply chain segments," said Andrew K. Reese, editor of Supply & Demand Chain Executive. "Their efforts in developing the tools and processes necessary for supply chain transformation, and in promoting new approaches to supply chain enablement, are helping raise Supply Chain's status within the enterprise and have earned them a place on this year's Provider Pros listing."
Mr. Frome joined SPS Commerce in 2000, and serves as its Chief Strategy Officer and Executive Vice President. He has more than 20 years of experience in technology marketing and management, and has recently published several whitepapers on supply chain connectivity and integration, including 10 Questions to Ask Your Prospective EDI Outsource Vendor and Industry Brief -- Multi-Party Supply Chains. Mr. Frome's whitepapers and industry commentaries are available at www.spscommerce.com.
"We are pleased that the industry has recognized the thought leadership of Jim Frome," said Archie Black, President and Chief Executive Officer of SPS Commerce. "His insight and leadership has helped SPS Commerce to outpace its competition, and created a supply chain offering that now enables 10,000 organizations to integrate with their retail customers with ease. Thank you Supply & Demand Chain Executive for honoring his positive impact on the supply chain industry."
The full listing of the 2007 Pros to Know is available on the Supply & Demand Chain Executive web site.
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