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Sedlak Congratulates Associates on Recent Certifications

June 24, 2016 Topics: Announcements, News

Sedlak congratulates Senior Consultant Davon Soltis for successfully completing certification in JDA's TMS Bootcamp, and Director of Client Services Brian Neale and Consultant Lisa Betts for completing certification in Change Guide's Change Management program.

Soltis achieved a near perfect score on the TMS final exam. Her training and overall expertise in transportation and TMS across applications support Sedlak's Logistics practice.

Neale and Betts each submitted four change management tools that they learned in their training [Stakeholder Analysis, a People Impact Assessment, Change Readiness and an Implementation Checklist] for project work they did with recent clients. Sedlak's Project Management and Change Management services are critical to the successful implementation of optimization strategies across the supply chain spectrum.

Betts also was featured in Change Guides' spring newsletter. You can read her Q&A here.

“Professional development is important to all of our associates and to our firm,” said Sedlak President Will O'Brien. “I want to thank Davon, Brian and Lisa for continuing to build their skills and for pursuing excellence.” Sedlak's Logistics practice and Change Management services are part of the company's ongoing initiatives to drive value throughout the supply chain for the benefit of its clients.

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