BizSlate Wins Spot on Red Herring's North America Top 100 List
Innovative software, expectations for market disruption cited
Jun 10, 2015, 09:04 ET
NEW YORK, June 10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- BizSlate Inc., an innovative Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider of supply chain solutions for small and medium sized retail manufacturing and distribution businesses (SMBs), announced today that the company has been named a winner of the prestigious Red Herring Top 100 for North America. Since 1996, technology industry executives, investors, and strategists have valued the Red Herring 100 lists as an instrument for discovering and advocating the most promising private ventures from around the world.
Companies are chosen for the Red Herring Top 100 through a rigorous 3-step process which identifies the most exciting startups from Asia, Europe and the Americas.
"We are honored to be named to this prestigious list," stated Marc Kalman, president and CEO of BizSlate. "Being identified by Red Herring as a Top 100 winner is an important acknowledgment of our technology and business innovation as well as BizSlate's impact on our market."
BizSlate's software is changing the way small and medium-sized (SMB) manufacturing and distribution businesses in apparel, footwear, housewares, and consumer goods manage their customers, vendors, orders, inventory, and logistics, across their often extended supply chain. Focused on helping these businesses solve real problems they face on a daily basis, BizSlate ERP is the first application that blends enterprise capabilities with ease-of-use, mobility, and affordability.
BizSlate's Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution enables small and mid-sized manufacturing distribution businesses to compete on the global stage. By solving supply chain and operational problems, BizSlate is revolutionizing the management of customers, vendors, orders, and logistics, at a fraction of the cost of conventional ERP solutions. To learn more about BizSlate, please visit www.bizslate.com.
SOURCE BizSlate Inc.
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