The 2017 Supply Chain Operations and Compliance in Pharma conference will feature a workshop on Advanced 3PL Management led by Sedlak Manager Karl Sliwinski and Senior Consultant Davon Soltis.
Principal Jeffrey B. Graves is celebrating 45 years of a very distinguished career with Sedlak, a company which he has devotedly built into a premier independent supply chain consulting firm specializing in distribution and logistics.
Sedlak celebrates its 20th year as a partner of Manhattan Associates. The company was selected as Manhattan’s first Certified Alliance Partner in 1997 and has maintained a strategic partner status, driving successful collaboration with joint customers.
In Part 2 of this two-part series, Fred Crans continues a survey of experts in healthcare to explore the decision-making process around developing a Consolidated Services Center (CSC). Additional considerations for this multi-million dollar investment include expected cost savings, developing internal business expertise, gaining stakeholder support, and developing performance metrics.
Pressure to save costs in the supply chain is driving some Integrated Delivery Networks (IDNs) and Regional Purchasing Coalitions (RPCs) in the provider space to consider managing their own distribution of supplies through a consolidated services center (CSC). Although cutting out “the middle man” seems intuitive, there’s a multitude of inputs that must be considered before deciding to move forward with a multi-million dollar investment.
Sedlak was recently named to Manhattan Associates’ distinguished Partner Performance Club in recognition of significant contributions over the past year to customer engagements.
Sedlak congratulates Manager Les Grimes on his retirement after 18 years of outstanding service with the firm.
Sedlak congratulates TMS provider and innovator Cloud Logistics on its recent industry awards.
Sedlak congratulates Director of Client Services Scott Gallik on being named Associate of the Year for 2016.
Sedlak bid a fond farewell to Accounting Manager Denise Bybyk, who has retired after 22 years of service with the firm.