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Supply & Demand Chain Executive and Food Logistics recognize Nulogy

The software company was recognized for its data-driven platform designed to help players in the cold food and beverage supply chain collaborate and respond to each other faster.

December 21, 2021  by CM Staff

TORONTO — Software solutions company, Nulogy, has made the Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s 2021 Green Supply Chain List as well as the Food Logistics’ Top Software & Technology Providers list for the year.

According to a statement from the company, the Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s 2021 Green Supply Chain list recognizes organizations that centre their supply chain solutions around sustainability.

The Food Logistics’ 2021 Top Software & Technology Providers’ list is intended to recognize software companies that provide solutions to the cold food and beverage supply chain with a focus on safety and efficiency, according to a statement from Nulogy.

The company also stated that its Multi-Enterprise Supplier Collaboration Platform tries to aide the movement of consumer goods, brands and their extended suppliers using a centralized, data-driven and AI-enabled system.

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As Nulogy stated in a press release, using the company’s collaboration platform should help FMCG brands and their distributors or suppliers respond to one another at greater speed. Additionally, the company stated that operating on this digital platform can help with connectivity and promote waste reduction in the external supply chain.

The supply networks of L’Oréal, Colgate-Palmolive, Church & Dwight work through Nulogy, according to a statement from the software provider.

“Nulogy is thrilled and honored to be recognized by both Supply & Demand Chain Executive and Food Logistics: two of the foremost publications in the supply chain industry,” said Jason Tham, CEO, Nulogy in a statement.

“Software developments and emerging technologies are what make the world go round. They’re what make supply chains move, even when the world stops. They’re what keeps people, products and plants safe. They provide traceability, visibility, efficiency and credibility. And the winners from this year’s award prove that there are no limitations to what software and technology can do in the supply chain space,” said Marina Mayer, Editor-in-Chief of Food Logistics and Supply & Demand Chain Executive in a statement.