The 2014 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 recognizes Thrive as a leader in supply chain service and excellence for the second straight year

Marietta, GA – June 4th, 2014

Thrive Technologies, Inc., announces today that the publication Supply & Demand Chain Executive has awarded the company with inclusion into its "Top 100 Great Supply Chain Projects" for the second year in a row. The 2014 Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 are supply chain solution and service providers that are helping their customers and clients achieve supply chain excellence. They have produced measurable gains in ROI through cost-cutting, and increased efficiency, whether in warehouse, transportation, procurement sourcing or any other category in the end-to-end supply chain.

The SDCE Top 100 is a prestigious list of supply chain solution providers, consultants, and other organizations recognized for leading the way in transforming companies’ supply and demand chains. “Our goal with this year's '100' is to put the spotlight on successful and innovative transformation projects that are delivering bottom-line value to small, medium and large enterprises across the different functions that comprise the supply chain,” said Barry Hochfelder, editor of Supply and Demand Chain Executive. “The projects featured can serve as a roadmap for supply chain executives looking for new opportunities to drive improvement in their own operations.”

This year’s award-winning project came from working closely with a $600M automotive parts distributor that was able to cut their lost sales over fifty percent, and forecast overrides over seventy percent due to the increased forecast accuracy from Thrive’s Firstcast system. This very successful supply chain project led to the nomination and awarding in the Top 100 projects from Supply & Demand Chain Executive.

Supply & Demand Chain Executive is the executive's user manual for successful supply and demand chain transformation, utilizing hard-hitting analysis, viewpoints and unbiased case studies to steer executives and supply management professionals through the complicated, yet critical, world of supply and demand chain enablement to gain competitive advantage.

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